Joint List MK Tibi demands police to deal with growing Arab crime

December 16, 2018 08:53
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Joint List MK Ahmad Tibi demanded that police deal with growing Arab crime on Sunday in response to the double homicide in Lod on Saturday.

"The Israel Police is capable of more,' Tibi said."If the victim was a Jew in the Arab settlements, the police would do more."Tibi urged police to address the growing crime rate in Arab society, saying that 95% of shootings are in Arab neighborhoods.

Two Arab-Israeli parents were shot in their car with their 6 year old boy in the backseat in Lod on Saturday night. Gadoah and Amal Zabarka were found dead in their car, their 6 year old boy fled the scene and hasn't been found yet.

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