Man indicted for throwing stones at Egyptian consulate

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September 8, 2011 13:06

 
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The Southern District State Attorney's Office filed an indictment on Thursday against a man arrested on Sunday for throwing stones at the Egyptian consulate in Eilat.

According to the indictment, filed in the Beersheba Magistrate's court, David Makmil hurled the stones at an Egyptian flag hanging outside the consulate, while shouting curses.

Two consular employees witnessed as Makmil drove up to the consulate building, got out of his car and started to throw stones at the building.

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