U.S. Examining Allegations Against Israel's Orthodox West Bank Battalion

At the State Department’s request, staff at the American embassy in Israel have been conducting interviews with Israelis and Palestinians on the battalion’s conduct in the West Bank following reports of abuse of Palestinians

Amos Harel
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The U.S. Embassy in Israel has been asked to prepare an internal report on the Israeli army's ultra-Orthodox Netzah Yehuda battalion, which has been mired in controversies relating to the abuse of Palestinians in the West Bank.

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