Small riot breaks out in Halisa neighborhood in Haifa

July 4, 2010 22:45


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Residents in the neighborhood of Halisa in Haifa blocked roads with dumpsters and threw rocks at police officers after a brawl broke following a minor car accident in the area Sunday report, Israel Radio reported. 

The residents protested the neglectful neighborhood conditions.

A large number of police were called in to restore order and two protesters were arrested for rock throwing.

No injuries were reported to have occurred.

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