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Libby Kahane Questioned by Israeli Police

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Libby Kahane, widow of Rabbi Meir Kahane HY”D, was questioned by police this week after her grandson, Meir Ettinger broke his bail conditions last Shabbat.

Ettinger has been under house arrest for several months after being indicted approximately six months ago on charges that he gathered information on IDF troop movements in order to block further evacuations of outposts in Judea and Samaria.

Rebbetzin Kahane had signed on as a guarantor on the conditions for Ettinger’s release.

The terms of his release include: not using the telephone, not using the internet, and not to leave his house. Police arrested Ettinger after he went to pray on Shabbat.

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2 Responses to “Libby Kahane Questioned by Israeli Police”

  1. William Eicoff says:

    This is a Travesty – A kid can not go & pray on Shabbat + A Rebbetzin of a Holy & Martyred Tzaddik/Rabbi HY"D has to be treated on this way – As her husband used to say = CUKOOLAND~!

  2. B"H – The term "cookooland" implies stupidity. I'm putting to you that they are evil, under Jewish Law.

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