Suspects in Kiryat Yam Tawili attack released

March 12, 2006 18:58


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Police on Sunday evening released the three suspects who were arrested in connection with the brutal attack on Friday night that left 20-year-old Beduin soldier Jalal Tawili fighting for his life in a Haifa hospital. The suspects were released after Jalal's brother was unable to identify them in a line-up. The three, a 17-year-old Kiryat Motzkin resident, an 18-year-old resident of Kiryat Yam and a resident of Kiryat Haim, 26, reportedly attacked Tawili after he and his brother Hamoudi, accompanied a Jewish girl with whom the two had socialized, back to her Kiryat Yam house.

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