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The Terror in Israel Continues

Wednesday, Mar 9 2016

Medics taking injured personal to the hospital. Photo courtesy of: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90

Two police officers were injured on March 8, when a terrorist opened fire near the Damascus Gate. One officer remains in critical condition, while the other is in moderate condition.

The police officers and their families were visited by the National Chief of Police Roni Alscheich and by Mayor Nir Barkat.

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