Three brothers arrested in attack on Kafr Kassem meat dealer

Three brothers arrested

November 23, 2009 20:34


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Sharon district police reported Monday the arrest Sunday night of three suspects for critically wounding and beating a Palestinian business owner in Kafr Kassem. Police say the three suspects, all of whom are brothers, attacked the victim Sunday night as part of a plot to take over his meat distribution business. The victim, a 40-year-old resident of the West Bank, was shot in the leg and suffered serious head injuries as a result of the beating and was rushed to Petah Tikva's Beilinson Hospital in critical condition, where he remains hospitalized.

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