Israeli Court Reduces Detention Without Trial of Man Suspected of Left-wing Activists' Assault

The 20-year-old suspect, who is the only Jewish person being held in Israel on an administrative detention order, had previously violated numerous restraining orders

הגר שיזף
Hagar Shezaf
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Hagar Shezaf

An Israeli court issued an order Wednesday reducing by two weeks the detention without trial of a Jewish man who was arrested last month on suspicion of attacking left-wing Israeli activists.

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