People who vandalise mosques never seem to be caught in the Jewish State - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael UK
    • 09.06.10 | 14:53 (IDT)

    It took Greece about 3 days to arrest and charge the vandals who burnt a synagogue in Crete. The vandals who burn mosques and desecrate Muslim holy sites in Israel and the West Bank rarely, if ever, seem to be caught. Are the Israeli police and IDF really trying, or do too many of them sympathise with the vandals?

    from the article: Mosque vandalized in Bedouin village near Haifa
    First published 11:27 09.06.10 | Last updated 11:27 09.06.10
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