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    • Alex
    • 23.03.12 | 13:18 (IST)

    - Yes. Israel is a racist society. Like most society's. There is ethnic tension in Israel. There is ethnic tension in a lot of places. What happened at Malka looks like an ethnically motivated attack on Arabs. It's terrible. But it didn't get out of hand because the shop keepers etc wouldn't participate; security and the police both stepped in. Then the management apologized to the workers. That's not what happens in an apartheid state. - No one has filed a complaint with the police. Why? Why not file. Maybe then the perpetrators can be brought to justice.

    from the article: Hundreds of Beitar Jerusalem fans beat up Arab workers in mall; no arrests
    First published 01:25 23.03.12 | Last updated 01:25 23.03.12
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