5 members of terror cell from Daburiyya indicted

September 15, 2011 12:46


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The Northern District Attorney's Office filed on Thursday indictments against Ibrahim and Ismail Actilat from Daburiyya, charging them with a conspiracy to carry out attacks against Jews.

Ibrahim Actilat was also charged with attempting to manufacture explosives.

In addition, the Northern District Attorney's Office announced Thursday that it had filed last week indictments against three men, Islam Atrash, Mehdi Saleh and Shadi Ibrahim, also from Daburiyya, for offenses including conspiracy, attempting to provide the means to commit a crime, and illegal entry into computer systems.

The terror cell was arrested last week by the Shin Bet and the police.

The District Attorney has also filed requests to detain all five suspects for the duration of legal proceedings.

The suspects are alleged to have planned to harm soldiers, border police officers, and ordinary residents.

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