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Political: 20th December, 2010

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The Knesset passed a bill into law, allowing the GSS to prolong the detaining of people suspected of security offenses without the presence of the detainee or his attorney. The law allows the prolonging of the detaining in cases of danger to life. 18 MKs voted in favor and five against. (Hebrew)

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December 21st, 2010 at 1:11 pm

Military and Security Forces: 22nd November, 2010

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Muhammad ‘Eish, the imam of the Al-Bakr Mosque in Jaffa, who was arrested (Hebrew) under suspicion of serious security offenses, was discharged from the Petah Tikva interrogation facility. “They want to turn Jaffa into Umm Al-Fahm, and the Arabs of Jaffa into terrorists”, said ‘Eish. (Hebrew)

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November 23rd, 2010 at 12:24 pm