Police seek remand extension for Hadarim prison protesters

By JPOST.COM STAFF,
October 21, 2011 11:38

 
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Police Friday said they would seek a remand extension for five of the sixteen people arrested Thursday at a demonstration outside the Hadarim prison the Sharon district.

Some forty Arab Israelis arrived at the Hadarim prison the Sharon district and held a demonstration shouting for the kidnapping of IDF soldiers and the release of all Palestinian security prisoners Thursday.

The demonstrators were bused in to the area and began waving Palestinian flags while shouting the slogans, police added.

Police and Border Police were called to the area, and asked the demonstrators to vacate the area, while informing them that they were holding an illegal rally.

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