Police arrest three suspected far-rightists who attended 'wedding of hate'

By MAARIV ONLINE
January 4, 2016 11:29

 
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Three Jewish nationals who authorities say were in attendance at a Jerusalem wedding which featured chants celebrating the deaths of a Palestinian family were arrested on Monday for alleged incitement.

News footage of the so-called “wedding of hate” sent shockwaves throughout Israel, which has grappled with the ramifications of far-right Jewish nationalist ideology since the killing of members of the Dawabshe family in the West Bank village of Duma last year.

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