The third Neturei Karta member suspected of visiting Jenin earlier this month was arrested on Thursday morning in Beit Shemesh.
The suspect has evaded arrest for weeks and in recent days, police forces raided his house – unsuccessfully – several times, but finally caught him this morning.
Later on Thursday, he was brought to the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court to extend his detention. He is suspected of entering Area A and supporting terrorism.
The police arrested one suspect several days after the visit to Jenin and a second suspect was arrested five days later at Ben-Gurion Airport.
(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)
why dont they live in Jenin?
Terrorist supporter demolish his house!
They are used as tokens by the genocidal JihadoFascists
Wow. The Zionist Entity is making progress. This major event will be recorded in Israeli history books.
Who is the one on the left in the photo without a hat and without a red an green scarf or flag? Is he a full fledged member of Neturei Karta or just a wannabe?
Keep the Neuturei karta guy in jenin since they love them so much. Don’t need them in Israel
the ultimate in sin’at hinam, helping the terrorists!
HAKADOSH BARUCH HU, PLEASE PUT AN END TO THIS WICKED ZIONIST ממשלת זדון AS SPEEDILY AS POSSIBLE!!!
neturei karta are wicked and insane
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