Previous trial sessions were held behind closed doors to prevent disclosure of Shin Bet methods ■ Three members of the Dawabsheh family were burned to death by a Jewish settler in 2015
The 'price-tag' policy was adopted by Israeli settlers and right-wing activists, intended to pressure the government away from making concessions regarding settlement building in the West Bank. Attacks of the sort usually occur after the dismantling of an outpost or similar event, and are often directed at Israeli Arabs, Palestinians and left-wing organizations.
This is the latest in a slew of suspected hate crimes against Palestinians in recent months
Nationalist slogans were spray-painted near the trees, including 'Regards from the prisoners of Zion,' and 'price tag'
State appealed against the release of the man, who was a minor during the incident, in which a 18-months-old and his parents were murdered
Confession by minor was disqualified because it was obtained through torture ■ Three members of Dawabsheh family were murdered in 2015 attack in West Bank
There had been no reports of hate crimes over the past two weeks – though the months before saw a significant spike
Screaming in Arabic, protesters supporting defendant Ben-Uliel chanted at Hussein Dawabshe - whose daughter Reham, son-in-law Sa'ad and grandson Ali were killed in 2015 – 'Where is Ali, there is no Ali, Ali burned'
Confessions of Jews Accused of Murdering Palestinians Admissible Except Those Extracted Under Torture, Court Rules
Shin Bet obtained original confessions to 2015 triple arson murder with painful physical pressure
The youths, held for two weeks on suspicion of vandalizing Palestinian property, were never brought before a judge. One of them was denied access to an attorney for much of the time he spent in custody.
This is the third such incident in less than a week ■ On a nearby rock was a message saying: 'Regards from Esh Kodesh,' the name of a neighboring Israeli outpost