Police probe complaints against Zoabi for possible incitement

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June 18, 2014 13:45

 
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Israel Police on Wednesday confirmed that it has fielded a number of complaints against Balad MK Hanan Zoabi over a series of controversial statements she made on Tuesday regarding the kidnapping of three Israeli teens in the West Bank.

The police announced that they are looking into the matter in coordination with the State Prosecutor's Office and will weigh all of the evidence before deciding whether to pursue incitement charges against the lawmaker.


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