Names of brothers killed in drive-by released

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June 10, 2011 21:58

 
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The two brothers killed Friday night in a drive-by shooting in the Arab triangle east of Netanya have been named as Sultan Savichat, 31, and Farsam Savichat, 29.

The brothers were shot as the waited at an intersection in the Sharon region on their way home from a party to celebrate their sisters' recent wedding. Sultan's wife, who is seven months pregnant, along with two children, ages 1 and 3, were also in the car but were unharmed.

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