Police: One of the suspects arrested in Avdat vandalism is site's guard

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October 6, 2009 10:53

 
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One of the two Beduin men arrested on suspicion of vandalizing of the ancient Nabatean site of Avdat in the Negev is the guard of the national park, police revealed on Tuesday morning. Sunday night's attack came hours after illegal structures in an adjacent Beduin community were demolished by the state, leading many to suspect that the attack was an act of revenge. Yaakov Lappin contributed to this report

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