Family of Murdered Palestinian Says They Were Arrested for Claiming IDF, Police Were Present During Attack

'They tried to tell us they weren't there when it happened,' the uncle of the deceased said of his interrogation with Israeli forces ■ Meanwhile, the Israeli man suspected of the murder claims he was 'dragged along the floor' and prevented from sleeping by the Shin Bet

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Three relatives of the Palestinian man allegedly stabbed to death by an Israeli in the West Bank say that they were arrested and interrogated by the Shin Bet security service over their claims that the Israeli police and military were present at the scene of the attack.

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