Three Jewish youths abducted and robbed in Shuafat refugee camp

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October 12, 2007 10:14

 
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Three youths that boarded a car at French Hill Junction early Friday morning after the driver told them he was headed towards Beit El, were taken to the Suafat refugee camp and robbed by three suspects, NFC reported. One of the youths managed to escape, climb onto a roof in the refugee camp and call the police, which arrived in force to rescue the remaining two boys from within the crowd that had congregated around them. The youths, who were unharmed, were divested of cash and their cellular phones. Police were searching for the suspects.

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