Bir al-Maksur: 2 arrested for throwing stones at policemen

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September 4, 2012 11:42

 
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Two young men in their 20's were arrested on Tuesday morning on suspicion of throwing stones at policemen during the demolition of a reportedly illegal structure in the Beduin village of Bir al-Maksur in the Lower Galilee.

The police responded by firing tear gas at the stone-throwers. No injuries have been reported.

The suspects have been taken into police custody for questioning.

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