Report: Sakhnin students hurl stones at Yokne’am students

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March 10, 2013 15:52

 
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Students from a school in Sakhnin allegedly threw stones at students from Yokne’am while the latter group was visiting their school five days ago, Army Radio reported on Sunday. No one was injured in the incident.

According to Army Radio, the Yokne’am school headmistress failed to report the incident to the police and the district's office in the Education of Ministry.

The Sakhnin school headmaster sent the Yokne’am school headmistress a letter of apology following the incident.

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