Police still collecting evidence in Abu Sanin after brawl leaves dozens injured

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November 17, 2014 03:47

 
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The northern Israeli town of Abu Sinan remains under police surveillance two days after a brawl between Druse and Muslim residents wounded over 40 people.

The Coastal District spokesman said Sunday that police will remain deployed in and around the village until they are confident that the situation has cooled off.

Police said no arrests have been made following the violent incident – in which participants used knives, sticks, guns, and even a fragmentation grenade – and security forces are still collecting evidence.

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