Safed synagogue vandals remanded to 3 days custody

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October 13, 2011 22:20

 
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The Nazareth Magistrates' Court on Thursday remanded to three days custody the two minors arrested on Wednesday for allegedly spraying hate graffiti on four Synagogues in Safed.

During police interrogation on Wednesday, the suspects admitted to spraying the words, "death to jews" on the walls of the synagogues in response to the torching of a mosque in the village of Tuba Zanghariya last week.

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