Israeli Minister Gets Security Detail After Jewish Extremists Issue Ruling Calling for His Murder

Shin Bet puts Religious Services Minister Matan Kahana under guard after discovering group issued 'din rodef' ruling sanctioning his murder. Sources tie the threats to kashrut, conversion reforms the minister is promoting

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The Shin Bet security service ordered boosted security on Sunday for Religious Services Minister Matan Kahana of Yamina, following the discovery that a religious extremist group had called for applying a rare religious law permitting the killing of a person whose actions threaten another's life.

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