Israeli who joined ISIS may have citizenship revoked

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December 23, 2014 02:27

 
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Interior Minister Gilad Erdan is considering revoking the citizenship of an Israeli youth who flew to either Syria or Iraq, joined Islamic State and is now trying to come back home for medical treatment.

Erdan said that he is waiting for the recommendation of  foreign minister Avigdor Liberman in order to decide how to proceed in revoking the citizenship of Marwan Haldi, a Nazareth resident, before he can return to Israel.


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