Erdan vows release of TA shooter's body on condition of restraint from violence

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January 11, 2016 14:36

 
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Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said in a statement on Monday that as long as the family of the gunman in the January 1 Tel Aviv shooting,  Nashat Milhem, complies with Israel's conditions his body will be released for burial.

Police have demanded the family ensures that Milhem's impending funeral will not turn into a breeding ground for incitement of terror activity.

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