Security forces demolish buildings in northern Samaria

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May 3, 2010 15:06

 
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Judea and Samaria police arrested two settlers in Shavei Shomron on Monday during clashes with security forces who had arrived to demolish illegal structures.

One man was arrested on suspicion of attacking a police officer and the second allegedly disrupted an officer from carrying out his duties.

The two men were taken to the Samaria sub-district police station in Ariel for questioning.

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