MK whose son was arrested in soccer brawl: Concerned for well-being of my son

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November 4, 2014 16:05

 
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The MK whose son was arrested during a brawl between soccer fans outside the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court on Tuesday said in a statement that he was aware of the arrest and was concerned for the well-being of his son.

"As a soccer fan for many years, tolerance on the soccer field is important to me. I reject all violence in Israeli sports and hope that we will suceed together as a society to clean-up the violence in soccer.

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