Members of far-right anti-assimilation group Lehava arrested in overnight raids

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October 22, 2017 06:43
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Several members of the anti-assimilation group Lehava were arrested following overnight raids on their homes, the Israel Police said.

Founder Ben-Tzvi Gopstein was among those arrested. The members were suspected of planning to commit an attack.

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