Judea-Samaria police commander's car vandalized

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March 14, 2006 11:29

 
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A car belonging to Yisrael Yitzchak, the police commander for the Judea-Samaria region, was vandalized Monday night. All the car's mirrors were broken and the perpetrators also attempted to torch the car itself. Police suspect that right-wing extremists are behind the incident, who may have tried to avenge Yisrael for his role as commander of forces at Amona. Other police officers' cars have also been vandalized recently, apparently also because of their participation in Amona. On Friday extremists torched a car belonging to Dep.-Cmdr. Chaim Pedlon, who is Officer of Investigations and Intelligence for the Judea-Samaria region.

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