Camel tied up and killed on major highway in West Bank, act of terror suspected

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December 5, 2015 19:55

 
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A camel was killed after being bound and left in the middle of a major highway between the Almog Junction and Beit Ha'arava settlement in the West Bank. The camel's presence on the road caused a major car collision in what is suspected to be an act of terror.

Authorities were on the way to scene to investigate further.


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