Tuba Zangaria youths burn council building, local clinic


October 4, 2011 08:28


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A group of at least eight youths from the village of Tuba Zangaria in northern Israel on Tuesday set alight the regional council building, local community center and clinic in the village.

The arson was apparently in response to a so-called price-tag attack the day before at a local mosque.

The youths reportedly threw stones at police who arrived at the scene, and officers responded by firing tear gas to disperse the activists.

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