Three right-wing activists to be charged over surveillance

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January 4, 2012 13:14

 
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Three right-wing activists arrested last month in Jerusalem on suspicion of illegally carrying out surveillance on security forces in the West Bank will be charged in the coming days, police said.

Police said the suspects passed on classified information with a view to creating disturbances.

On Tuesday, the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court extended the custody of five right-wing suspects who police said were involved in the vandalism raid on the Ephraim military base in the West Bank last month.

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