Man shot to death in Jaffa gang war

Ghanem Hinawi arrived at hospital on his own, where the doctors could not save his life. He left behind a wife and a nine-month-old baby.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 16, 2019 02:16
Wolfson hospital

Wolfson hospital. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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Ghanem Hinawi, a resident of Lod at his 30's, was shot to death Friday night in Jaffa. He was evacuated to the hospital in critical condition, where he died of his wounds.

Hinawi arrived at hospital on his own, where the doctors could not save his life. He left behind a wife and a nine-month-old baby.

Police forces arrived at scene of the incident and investigated the circumstances of the incident. The victim was known to be part of one of the criminal gangs operating in Jaffa.


The police suspect Hinawi was killed as part of gang dispute in Jaffa,

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