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Israeli soldiers 'assault staff' at Bethlehem school
Published Monday 10/12/2012 (updated) 11/12/2012 16:31
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Tuqu village.(MaanImages/file)
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces on Monday assaulted a headmaster and two teachers at a secondary school near Bethlehem, a Ma'an correspondent said.

Three Israeli military jeeps arrived at the school in Tuqu village at midday, and several soldiers assaulted headmaster Salim Abu Mufarrih and teachers Nabil al-Tamamri and Mahmoud Zawahra after they tried to block the soldiers entering into school grounds.

Locals said there were no confrontations or stone-throwing in the area at the time.

An Israeli army spokeswoman said she was looking into the incident.
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1 ) ian / australia
11/12/2012 02:22
"...after they tried to block the soldiers entering into school grounds." That was the mistake: trying to tell the Ubermensch what to do. Isn't there footage of grisly stuff like this from the '30s playing on a loop at Yad Vashem?

2 ) gabi / australia
11/12/2012 04:51
An Israeli army spokeswoman said she is "looking into the incident." Oh well, that's all right then.
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