Police arrest 4 for violence at Beduin resettlement plan protests

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December 2, 2013 09:28

 
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Four additional suspects were arrested Monday for throwing rocks on police and disturbing the peace in connection to a protest that took place on Saturday in the Beduin village of Hura.

On Sunday, the court released 14 out of 15 other protesters who had been arrested during Saturday's protest.

Beduin Israelis and their supporters throughout the country staged protest demonstrations during the weekend against the controversial Prawer resettlement plan.

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