Unidentified callers threaten another attack on gay community

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August 8, 2009 18:10

 
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Two people involved in coordinating transport from Haifa and Beersheba to a rally at Tel Aviv's Rabin square, commemorating two people killed in last Saturday's shooting attack at a gay youth center, received telephone threats on Saturday afternoon. In both cases, unidentified persons threatened that they would come to both the pick-up locations and the rally itself, armed with grenades and with the intention of hurting participants. Following the threats, police decided to send patrol units to the pick-up points.

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