The Jerusalem District Attorney on Wednesday afternoon filed an indictment against Zev Braude, the settler suspected of shooting two Palestinians during clashes which followed the evacuation of the Beit Hashalom house in Hebron last week.
In the indictment, the district attorney accuses Braude of causing injury with malicious intent.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court ordered that Braude be released to house arrest.
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