Jerusalem police on Sunday shut down a city internet cafe where the illicit far-right Jewish Legion group allegedly carried out some of its activity, police said.
The cafe, located near the city's central bus station, was raided and subsequently closed for 15 days by order of the chief of police.
Four people operating the shop were detained for questioning.
The police also carried out a search of a city apartment where the far-right activists allegedly live.
Police confiscated four computers and various documents during the late morning raids.
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