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An Israeli tourist visiting Poland reportedly filed a complaint with police against a taxi driver for making anti-Semitic remarks.
The tourist, Clila Bau, visited Poland last week with her sister, Hadas, according to the online edition of the Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza.
April 24, 2012 | 10:26 am
A Palestinian man was arrested in connection with the stabbing of an Israeli taxi driver.
The driver, 30, was in stable condition at Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba after being stabbed after midnight Tuesday. He had picked up the passenger in Tel Aviv and taken him to Kfar Saba, as...
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A former Brooklyn car service driver accused of leaving notes reading ‘Kill Jews’ around New York’s Long Island was arraigned on a hate crimes charge.
Demetrios Apolonide, the driver for XYZ Car Service who was arraigned Wednesday for aggravated harassment, allegedly dropped the...
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