Police arrest 10 activists from Jewish extremist group suspected of incitement

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December 16, 2014 07:31

 
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Police said on Tuesday morning that they had arrested 10 far-right activists on suspicion of incitement and calls to carry out violence and terror activity based on nationalistic motives.

Authorities were questioning the suspects belonging to the Jewish extremist group Lehava, which the suspects of last month's arson and racist vandalism of a joint Jewish-Arab school in Jerusalem were members.

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