Police, Shin Bet to hilltop youths' parents: Forbid attacks

September 22, 2011 12:24


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Israel Police and the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) warned the parents of hilltop youths in the West Bank over the past two weeks to forbid their children from participating in "Price Tag" attacks against Palestinians and their property, Army Radio reported on Thursday.

In the past week, four hilltop youth activists were arrested in connection to "price tag" attacks in the West Bank, according to the report.

Earlier Thursday, it was announced that the grandson of Rabbi Meir Kahane was served Thursday with an order banning him from setting foot in the West Bank for four months, citing "security grounds."

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