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11 Jews Arrested for Protesting Abduction

Police can't seem to locate hostages, but law abiding citizens aren't nearly as hard to find!
Judea and Samaria youth protest near Bet El, 2011

Judea and Samaria youth protest near Bet El, 2011

Police have arrested at least 11 people, including a 12-year-old boy, during protests since the manhunt began for Eyal Yifrah, Gil-Ad Shayer and Naftali Frenkel.

According to Honenu, a legal aid organization, five demonstrators were arrested at the Gush Etzion junction where the kidnapping took place. Four were released, while one 16-year-old resident of Alon Shvut appeared in court this morning. He has been charged with kicking an Arab car.

In addition, three youths from Beitar Ilit were detained on suspicion they threw stones at Arab cars near the entrance to the city. Two were released; one appeared in the Jerusalem Magistrates Court this morning.

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4 Responses to “11 Jews Arrested for Protesting Abduction”

  1. why are people in the Northern Hemisphere so violent ? and why do they continually behave in such a uncivilised manner ?

  2. Bibi must resign, he not only failed Israel with his policies but every Jew around the world. Time to hang the terrorists and their children, praying helps, but remember that Polish Jews were praying on the way to the gas chambers. Bib resign, you failed us all. Holocaust survivor

  3. So sad they are behaving like the monsters even though they deserve it.

  4. That's quite a nonsense. It's very difficult to be a prime-minister of Israel. You have to carry a strong position defending Israel's in not so friendly world; yet to be flexible and show respect to other world leaders; and to balance all many fractions of Israel's society. I believe that Netanyahu does this job better then anybody before him. He certainly gained the respect, if not love, of many leaders around the wold for himself and State of Israel. As a result, in the case of kidnapping of three boys, it's first time I see the world being so united in condemning the perpetrators.

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