Jerusalem police probe soccer mob attack on Arab workers

By MELANIE LIDMAN
March 25, 2012 12:59

 
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Police opened an investigation on Sunday into a mob of Beitar Jerusalem fans that stormed Malha Mall last week and allegedly attacked Arab workers while chanting racist songs in the food court on the second floor.

The incident followed a soccer match at nearby Teddy Stadium.

According to fan videos posted online and the mall’s closed circuit TV footage, some 300 fans rioted for approximately 40 minutes before police and mall security guards were able to contain them, chanting “Death to Arabs!” and “Muhammed is dead!”

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