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26 September 2018 - 17 Tishri 5779 - י"ז תשרי ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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Suspected gang violence attack in Thailand leaves one man dead E-mail

Police in Thailand recently arrested two Israeli men suspected of killing a fellow Israeli on a Thai resort island after running him down with a car. Police Capt. Silchach Kamunee said the suspects were being held on suspicion of premeditated murder.

The two men, Dolez Zuarez and Eyal Bokal, were arrested in January at a Bangkok airport, police said. They were accused of slamming their vehicle into a motorcycle driven by the victim, Maor Malul, and then stabbing and killing him. Deputy police chief Chalermkiat Sriworakan said three others were injured in the attack.

The arrests came after Thai media published security video of the attack, which took place on Koh Samui island. The video shows an SUV crashing into a motorcycle, knocking off its two riders. The SUV then accelerates in reverse gear, colliding with the motorcycle again. A man then jumps out of the car and chases down the motorcycle driver, stabs him and flees.

Police Maj. Gen. Apichart Boonsriroj, chief of Surat Thani police station, said the suspects and victim had a personal dispute before entering Thailand.

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