Police officer prevents man from self-immolating in J'lem

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July 31, 2012 13:30

 
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A police officer prevented a man from lighting himself on fire near the National Insurance Institute in Jerusalem on Tuesday.

The man poured flammable liquid on himself, but a police officer prevented him from self-immolating.

The incident came after a police officer prevented a man from self-immolating at the National Insurance Institute in Kfar Saba.

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