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Palestinian Man Hurt In Shooting at Tel Aviv’s Turkish Embassy

An initial investigation into a shooting incident at the Turkish embassy in Tel Aviv on Tuesday revealed that a Palestinian man who entered the embassy seeking asylum had threatened the embassy staff and had been shot in his leg. The man was lightly hurt.

The investigation revealed that the man, 32-year-old Nadim Injaz from Ramallah, had barricaded himself inside the British embassy four years ago, threatening to shoot himself in the head.

Injaz served a year in prison and was released only two weeks ago, Channel 10 reported.

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