Soldier says he was beaten, robbed of gun in Karmiel

Soldier claims he was be

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January 3, 2010 09:31

 
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An unidentified assailant has reportedly attacked a soldier and stolen his gun in the Karmiel. The soldier told police on Sunday that his attacker came from behind, hit him with a club several times, knocked him to the ground, stole the weapon and ran away. The soldier was lightly wounded in the alleged incident and was evacuated to a nearby hospital.

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