Galilee town declares general strike after local man fatally shot by police

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November 8, 2014 08:41

 
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The Arab town of Kafr Kana in the Lower Galilee declared a general strike on Saturday morning following the death of a local man whom police shot after he apparently tried to attack them with a knife., Israel Radio reported

The man in his 20s succumbed to his wounds Saturday morning after he was shot Fright night by police who said the youth had attempted to attack them with a knife in the town north of Nazareth.

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