Israeli Arabs to begin protest against PID ruling

Israeli Arab leaders were beginning protest measures on Sunday morning, in response to the PID’s decision not to press charges against any police offi

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September 25, 2005 07:09

 
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Israeli Arab leaders were beginning protest measures on Sunday morning, in response to the PID’s decision not to press charges against any police officers in connection with the deaths of 13 Arabs in the October 2000 riots. A demonstration was planned to take place outside of the Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s office, Army Radio reported. Similarly, protest tents were being set up in Nazareth, in northern Israel.

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