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Court: Arrested Minors Must be Allowed to Meet with Attorney

The Lod District Court on Thursday ordered the Shin Bet to allow the three Jewish minors currently held by the organization to be allowed to meet with an attorney.

The three boys were arrested on Sunday on suspicion of involvement in an undisclosed security incident. They have been detained in an undisclosed location and have not been allowed to see their parents or meet with a lawyer.

The pregnant sister of one of the minors order was summoned for questioning this morning by the police.

Police officers who summoned the nurse refused to tell her why she had been summoned and whether she would be questioned under caution, but the prevailing assessment is that it was an interrogation exercise to put pressure on her brother.

Attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir, who represents the minor, said this morning, “The Shin Bet continues to cross every line in this investigation, and we have no doubt that the purpose of summoning a pregnant woman is to put pressure on the suspect. I already appealed this morning to the Attorney General and the State Attorney to stop this conduct. It is clear to me that the Shin Bet’s conduct is intended to show the brother that the sister was summoned for interrogation because of him, which could put more pressure on him, especially when the minors are not allowed to meet with an attorney. The significance of interrogation exercises like this is serious.”


  • 1. Suspicious wrote:

    I am suspicious of what is going on here.
    Honenu should be involved.

    Ben Gvir has been known to do things that make him look like a double agent.
    Honenu is the reputable organization that provides legal guidance in cases like this.

    We just don’t know what is really going on.
    Are the boys being held in order to draw out someone else? An election is coming. I don’t have any answers.

  • 2. Professor wrote:

    Probably because youth have been acting stupid and need more fear of heaven and the authorities
    What happened in France recently shouldn’t happen in Israel 🇮🇱
    A kind world doesn’t mean a world free to do whatever/ a hefkervelt
    There are some “religious” places that lack enough order and respect for the Torah to ignore
    Teenage men with peyot and kippahs asked on buses for water and money from me and other riders
    It’s good to be kind, it’s greater to be prepared
    Kids today need to learn to be prepared


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