"He started to touch me: leg, hands, back, face. I froze. He kissed me on the forehead and I said, 'Stop, stop, I'm not comfortable.'"
The two were interrogated after issuing videos addressing "the causes and dangers of assimilation" and for calling to strike the enemy "with the Ten Plagues."
No violent incidents were reported during the event
So much in Lod still remains unresolved: why the riots started, who is ultimately responsible and, most importantly, how to move forward.
Hamas has a history of using rocket attacks on Israel to get what it wants. This time, as an election ploy.
A demonstration bringing together anti-violence Arabs and Jews will begin in the evening in Jerusalem in order to oppose recent clashes between Jewish right-wing extremists and extremist Arabs.
Far-right Israeli rallies have taken place in the past, including by groups linked to Lehava and pro-Kahane activists.
The movement claims that she "has consistently refused to recognise Palestinian heritage, referring to the Palestinians as "thieves of history."
The group is led by Benzi Gopstein, who was banned from running in Israeli elections last year as head of the right-wing Jewish Power party due to anti-Arab statements considered incitement to racism
The Lehava extremists were given guidance before on how to infiltrate the events, such as wearing colorful clothing and using slang terms popular among the LGBT community.