Danny Dayan: We told the police to make more arrests

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December 14, 2011 09:22

 
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West Bank settler council head Danny Dayan said Wednesday morning that he and other settler leaders have urged the police and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) to be more aggressive in their activities against perpetrators of so-called "price tag" attacks in recent months.

"We've told the police and the [Shin Bet] to act more forcefully, to make arrests and to put people in jail," Dayan told Army Radio.

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