Explosive thrown at police post near Karmiel, none hurt

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November 14, 2010 23:25

 
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An explosive charge was tossed at a police post in the community of Rama near the the Galilean city of Karmiel on Sunday.

A door to the post was severely damaged in the attack but the post was not damaged any further and no one was injured.

Police stated that the attack was in response to heavy police activity in the community over the past few weeks in response to several violent incidents involving Arab clans.

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