Six elementary school classrooms hit by molotov cocktails on Saturday

November 19, 2017 17:52
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Six classrooms in a Rahat elementary school were hit with molotov cocktails on Saturday night.

Some 180 pupils attending Abu Abida Elementary school were unable to attend school on Sunday as police and firefighters continued to investigate the cause of this event.After reports of a fire at the school, police and firefighters responded and extinguished the blaze.

According to a statement released by the Israeli police spokesman on Sunday: “The fires were started deliberately and the police units are searching for suspects who fled the scene and could have been connected to the incident.”

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