Beit Safafa residents throw tires, metal scraps at municipal inspectors

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By ABE SELIG, JPOST.COM STAFF
December 14, 2009 10:54

 
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Beit Safafa residents threw tires and metal scraps at municipal inspectors at the neighborhood's Dov Yosef Street on Monday morning, to preventing them from carrying out a closure order against a local business. The inspectors encountered several dozen residents as they tried to implement the order. Two people were arrested and no injuries were reported. Inspectors continued with their work after the disturbance, Army Radio reported.

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