Ra'anana mayor calls on residents to stay indoors after terror stabbing

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December 19, 2015 16:35

 
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The mayor of Ra'anana called for residents of the central Israel city to stay in their homes on Saturday following a terrorist stabbing that left three people wounded.

"I am calling for residents to stay in their homes - don't go outside. After an incident such as this there is no need for public gatherings," Army Radio quoted Ze'ev Bilesky as saying.

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