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Police arrest boys on school trip

Written by admin  •  Friday, 12.10.2012, 09:24

Two children were detained by Israeli police on Friday, 12 October, before being released 5 hours later. Muhammad Abed al-Hafez Abu Rumoz, 16, and Fadi al-Kilani were arrested while on a school trip at Gu’s Beach then held at the police station in Tabariya.
The boys were accused of “making trouble”, an accusation they denied which was confirmed by eyewitnesses.

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