Six detained in demonstrations after J’lem terror attack
Monday, January 9, 2017, 10:38 Six youths were detained at demonstrations throughout Israel following the terror attack in which four IDF soldiers were murdered on Sunday, January 9, in Jerusalem. One of detainees was still in remand as of Monday morning. At the Kiryat Arba Junction two protesters were detained on suspicion of blocking the road to Arab traffic. They were released on Sunday evening after being interrogated at the Hevron Police Station. Dozens of Shomron residents from Gav HaHar demonstrated at the Shomron Brigade Base Intersection. One youth was detained and released in the evening. At the site of the attack in Jerusalem a demonstration was held at which three youths were detained. Honenu Attorney Rehavia Piltz arrived at the police station to advise the detainees. Two of the detainees were released after interrogation and distanced from East Jerusalem for 15 days. The third detainee will be brought to a deliberation on the morning of Monday, January 9 and represented by a Honenu Attorney.