Cafe closed for allegedly hosting extremist group

The High Court of Justice decided on Sunday to close down for one year a Jerusalem caf frequented by members of a right-wing extremist group, and which was suspected to have been a center of the organization's activity. Police claimed that the group was identical in its outlook to the outlawed Kach movement, and in fact served as a cover for the terrorist group. Supreme Court President Aharon Barak said that the verdict was consistent with Israel's values.