Thousands run in memory of fallen officer

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January 6, 2017 17:23

 
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Thousands of people took part in the Tiberias marathon next to the Sea of Galilee including police officers, in remembrance of the Yasam officer Yossi Kirma. Kirma was shot and killed by a Palestinian assailant in Jerusalem two months ago.


Hundreds of Police and border police secured the event.

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