‘Burn in hell,’ girl tells Mizrahi

March 3, 2010 01:21


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A 16-year-old female right-wing activist was detained by police in Jerusalem on Tuesday, on suspicion of making several late-night calls to OC Central Command Maj.-Gen. Avi Mizrahi in which she verbally abused him.

During the calls, which were made last month, the girl allegedly told Mizrahi, “You are evil” and “Go to hell.” Police traced the call to the Jerusalem area, and raided her home on Tuesday.

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A police source said the suspect has a history of involvement in disorderly incidents in the West Bank between right-wing activists and security personnel, and has been questioned in the past for harassing police officers and army figures.

“During her investigation, the girl was uncooperative. She will appear at the Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday morning,” Judea and Samaria Police said in a statement. The girl is expected to be released on bail.

“Judea and Samaria Police take a severe view of the harassment of security personnel, and will act with determination and all available means to end this phenomenon. Threats against security personnel will not prevent them from enforcing the law,” the statement read.

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