"The impact of war on children is devastating and its effects can last for decades after hostilities have ceased.”
“The allegations are true. What I did was wrong, and I take full responsibility for my actions.”
AVRAHAM SCHLISSEL - 67 FROM NEW YORK TO JERUSALEM, 1974.
Fyodor Makarov and the Davai group present ‘Under Construction’
It started two weeks ago when the Israeli media became fixated on clowns of the worst kind – masked threatening figures who haunted the streets, apparently inspired by the newly-released movie It.
''They're ruining our livelihood,'' one clown said.
Four people were arrested in two separate incidents.
The frequency of such incidents has increased rapidly in recent weeks.
The boy was arrested while roaming the streets wearing a clown mask, arousing suspicion among Jerusalem residents.
Does the spur of clown-related crime have anything to do with the remake of "IT"?