TA mayor criticizes police, Shin Bet on 'price-tag' attacks

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October 9, 2011 09:35

 
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Tel Aviv-Jaffa Mayor Ron Huldai criticized the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and police's lack of initiative in preventing so-called "price-tag" attacks.

"'Price-tag' vandals have been wandering throughout our country for so many years and they have not been caught," Huldai told Army Radio.

Huldai made the comments the morning after a tense night in Jaffa on Saturday when a protester threw a Molotov cocktail at a Jaffa synagogue following the desecration of Christian and Muslim cemeteries.

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