2 questioned in attack on General Staff officer

Jerusalem police on Sunday questioned two Jewish suspects allegedly involved in the Friday night attack on a senior IDF officer at the Western Wall wh

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
October 16, 2005 19:32
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Jerusalem police on Sunday questioned two Jewish suspects allegedly involved in the Friday night attack on a senior IDF officer at the Western Wall who played a key role in Israel's Gaza pullout, police said. Police also took down the testimonies of eyewitnesses to the Sabbath assault on OC Manpower Maj.-Gen. Elazar Stern. Several more suspects will be interrogated by police later this week, and face criminal charges, the police said. An observant Jew, Stern was shoved and cursed by an angry mob at the Western Wall while trying to pray with family members.

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