Shfaram residents attacked by neighbor; suspect flees scene

Shfaram residents attack

November 29, 2009 23:07


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A 19-year-old resident of Shfaram was moderately wounded Sunday after being stabbed in the village of Abu Shab. The man's 10-year-old brother was also lightly wounded in the ruckus, which apparently started out as a dispute between neighbors. The two brothers were taken to Rambam Hospital. The perpetrator fled the scene but his identity is known to police.

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