The traffic signs marking the entrance to Tarses Park are yellow with an orange strip across the middle, and it’s one of the last places in the city where there are no traffic lights.
A yellow traffic sign on a yellow street sign in Tarsuses Park.
The signs were first installed in the late 1990s to ease traffic flow between the two neighborhoods of Tarsis and Tarsos.
But by 2010, they had become a symbol of the conflict between Tarsia and Taysus, with Tarsi residents in the area calling for them to be removed.
In March 2011, Israeli police raided the Tarsas apartment complex in which they believed the apartment of the alleged gunman was, and searched the apartments of the occupants.
When they were able to enter the apartment, they found two other suspects.
They then arrested the two men, who were arrested and later released.
After police released them, the suspect who had been in the apartment later told investigators he saw the three armed men.
At the time, the man who had previously identified the two gunmen told Israeli media that the two other men were in fact the suspected gunman’s roommates, but he could not say whether he had actually seen them.
The Tarsais community continued to complain about the signs for years.
Some residents complained to the Trasias, who also complained to a group of protesters, who organized a march from Tarsias Park to the police station in the nearby Tarsian neighborhood.
The protest led to the installation of new yellow traffic lights in January 2012.
The new traffic lights at Tamses Park in Tiberias Park, near the border with Gaza.
The yellow signs have remained at Tresas Park since the beginning of the project, but the Tresias, like the residents of Tatsa Park, complained about them.
“We didn’t want to put yellow lights at the entrance of TARSIS PARK,” said Tarsie Tatar, who lives in Tatsas Park and has lived in Trasas Park for 20 years.
“Why not make the signs white?”
“If we don’t want the yellow traffic, we don-t have to install yellow lights,” said Nachik Schonberg, a Tarsan who lives near the intersection of Treses and Tatsais in Tresitas Park.
“Tarsis is a quiet neighborhood.
Tarsa is not.”
The police also questioned residents in Terses Park and Tesas Park, as well as the residents’ neighbors, to determine if they had actually been involved in the attack.
According to the Israeli police, the suspects who were charged with the shooting were residents of a nearby apartment complex, and there was no evidence to prove that the suspects had been involved.
The police have since charged five more people, including the alleged shooter, with being members of a gang.
In a statement released in February, Tarsies president Efraim Rabinowitz said the TARSUS PARK project “is not only about the future of TERSIS PARK, but also about the safety of the TARISI community and the future generations of Tersis children.”
“This is a project which is rooted in the memory of the tragic and senseless killing of T. J. Likens and T. A. Krietz in the summer of 2010.
It was never about the lives of the families or the safety and welfare of TRSIS PARK residents,” Rabinowitz said.
“It is a long overdue effort to improve the security of the residents and the residents residents of the neighborhoods of the city.”
In addition to the signs, a police barricade has been erected in front of Torsias Park.
But the police said it was “a very short-term measure” that would allow for the construction of a new road between Torsis and the surrounding neighborhood, as a temporary measure.
As of Tuesday, the police had yet to announce whether or not the barricades will remain.
The Palestinian Authority also wants the signs removed.
“The Palestinian Authority strongly condemns the shooting of Taksias students and the killing of the policeman in TARSES PARK,” a spokesman for the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade told Al Jazeera.
“This attack is a clear attack against the Palestinian people and the Palestinian state.”
The Palestinian ministry said it has requested the Israeli Embassy in the occupied Palestinian territories to investigate the shooting and prosecute the perpetrators.
“Such a move would be in clear violation of international law,” the ministry added.
“In light of the international law violation and the ongoing escalation of the situation in TERSISA PARK, the Palestinian leadership is calling on the international community to take a clear stand and take urgent measures against the perpetrators of this attack and the criminal organizations that supported them.”
Israeli officials have said the police’s decision to arrest the suspects was justified.
“There was no reason to shoot the policeman,” the