Police Raid Homes of Israeli anti-Wall Activists
Israeli activists who are involved in protests against the Israeli annexation wall had their homes searched by Israeli police.
According to a Ma'an News report, Israeli special police forces attempted to enter and conduct a search of a home in central Tel Aviv, shared by a number of left-wing activists. Activists refused to submit to the search because they were not provided with a search warrant.
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