Schoolyard scrap breaks out in Abu-Ghosh school, police involved

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 16, 2014 13:44

 
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A schoolyard scrap broke out Monday morning in an Abu-Ghosh highschool following the sacking of a teacher there.

According to Israel Radio, the school's security guard was locked in a bathroom by students when he tried to intervene and break up the fight.

Police were called to the scene and separated the students using pepper spray. According to reports, the students threw rocks at the police, no serious injuries have been reported.

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