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Internal Security: December 21, 2012

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The Jerusalem District Court has released three right-wing activist to house arrest due to the failure of the police to file indictments in their case in a timely fashion.  The three are suspected of vandalizing mosques in the West Bank.

(Hebrew – Walla!)

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December 21st, 2012 at 1:51 pm

Closed Society: January 1‎‏9‏‎, 2012‎

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Three Arab students from the Jerusalem College of Engineering (JCE) were arrested after urging other JCE student to boycott a recent lecture by President Shimon Peres. The court sentenced them to house arrest and a week-long expusion from Jerusalem.

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January 19th, 2012 at 6:44 pm

Internal Security: January 14, 2012‎

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Gadi and Cassao Jacob, residents of Kiryat Malachi and leaders of the Ethiopian protest against racism in that city were sentenced for 5 days’ house arrest after admitting to spraying “Ethiopian price tag” slogans on city walls.

(Hebrew)

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January 14th, 2012 at 3:52 pm

Military and Security Forces: June 16,2011

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Jerusalem District Court with the consent of the state prosecution had deleted charges against a girl from Ramat Migron attributing her stone throwing at Palestinian cars, after two soldiers who were there at the time, contradicted the version of the officer who accused the girl. Hakol Hayehudi (The Jewish Voice) website reported that this was the main charge in the indictment filed against the girl, and is the reasons for which the girl is under house arrest for more than seven months.

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Police: 27 August 2010

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The electronic shackling program, which has been operating in Israel for five years, is run without organized legislation and dangerous prisoners and detainies ignore their shackle and evade oversight. Among other people released in this manner are members of crime families, murderers, and rapists. When they violate the terms of their release, many weeks are required to deny them the right to take part in the project and there is no limitation on the time permitted for use of the shackle.

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August 27th, 2010 at 9:59 pm