Monthly Archives: July 2012

Police ignored court ruling, detainee missed matriculation exam

Wednesday, July 11, 7:27 A., an 18 year old twelfth grader at Ulpanat Tehila in Jerusalem and resident of Ramat Migron for the past year and a half, has already become accustomed to the frequently recurring army and police raids … Continue reading

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Hevron: Jewish children injured in Arab rock attack

Tuesday, July 10, 17:11 Honenu reports that a short time ago Arabs threw rocks at children playing in the Avraham Avinu Neighborhood playground in Hevron. Several children were injured and are being treated on the scene by medical personnel. In … Continue reading

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Police ignore court decision on Ramat Migron

Tuesday, July 10, 9:58 A short time ago police detained a young woman in Ramat Migron on suspicion of violating a closed military zone order, Honenu reports. The police detained her despite the fact that she presented the police with … Continue reading

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Police arrest newlyweds’ friends at Sheva Brachot celebration

Monday, July 9, 22:26 Five youths were detained this evening at the Shelah Junction near the community of Mevo’ot Yericho, Honenu reports. The youths were detained on suspicion of violating a close military zone order banning entry to Area A … Continue reading

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Harassment of the “spies” continues

Thursday, July 5, 18:58 The police summoned for investigation-under-warning the parents and grandmother of one of the “spies” and opened criminal files on them. Last Shabbat Meir Ettinger., a youth residing in the Kiryat Moshe neighborhood of Jerusalem, was detained … Continue reading

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Youth detained yesterday on suspicion of “price tag” incident released

Thursday, July 5, 15:23 A yeshiva high school student was detained on suspicion of involvement with a “price tag” incident while hiking yesterday. Today Judge Gad Ehrenberg rejected most of the police’s demands and released the youth. A student at … Continue reading

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