Military police arrested an IDF soldier Wednesday on suspicion that he passed information to settlers who carried out a “price-tag” attack on the Ephraim Brigade base in the West Bank last month.
The soldier had served at an army base in the north and was a member of the Golani brigade.
Five right-wing activists were indicted on Sunday for allegedly using information from active-duty soldiers to plan the “price-tag” attack on the Ephraim Brigade base. They were released to house arrest on Tuesday.
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