Police confirmed two policemen killed in Friday Temple Mount attack

July 14, 2017 12:17


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Israeli police confirmed that two policemen had been killed during the Friday terrorist attack at Temple Mountain. Their names were Hail Stawi from Maghar and Kaamil Znaan from Hurfeish. 

Officer Znaan was the son of former Israeli member of Knesset Shachiv Znaan (Labor). 
Two policemen were wounded during the shoot-out which ensued and their names have also been given. They are Naziya Kablan from Beit Jann and Nasser Hiab from Zarzir.

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