Brother of terror cell member arrested

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October 11, 2011 18:15

 
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A 26-year-old Nazareth resident who is the brother of a convicted
terror cell member was arrested over suspicions that cannot be
disclosed at this stage, police announced on Tuesday.

A court-imposed media ban prevents publishing details the covert
investigation that led to the arrest.

The suspect is the brother of one of a group of men serving a prison
sentence for murdering taxi driver Yafim Weinstein in 2009.

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