Przez lata wywiad i policja izraelska "nie mogla" wytropic zydow
terroryzujacych Palestynczykow. Teraz wreszcie Shin Bet "zdolal" aresztowac
okolo 10 - lepiej pozno niz wcale. Brawa dla Shin Bet!
Alleged member of Jewish underground suspected of murder
By Jonathan Lis, Haaretz Correspondent
The Jerusalem Magistrates Court lifted a gag order
Monday on details of the suspicions against Sela
Tor, one of the alleged members of a Jewish terror
network arrested 10 days ago.
Tor is suspected of murder,
illegal possession of firearms,
use of hazardous substances,
conspiring to commit a crime
and involvement in and planning
of terror attacks against
Palestinians in recent years.
In addition to Tor, Yisachar
Peretz and Ronen Aroussi, also
arrested 10 days ago, are also
suspected of terror attacks against
The court order the remand of the three men
extended by eight days.
On Monday, police arrested another West Bank
settler, also on suspicion of illegal weapons
possession. In a search of the man's home in a
settlement in the Binyamin region, police found
military equipment including flak jackets, army
uniforms, ammunition and grenades, police
spokesman Gil Kleiman said.
The 27-year-old, who wasn't identified, was
being held for interrogation. Citing a
court-imposed gag order, Kleiman said he was
unable to comment on whether there was any
connection between the latest arrest and the
other recent arrests.
The nine Jewish men were arrested over the past
few days on suspicion of carrying out terrorist
attacks against Palestinians in recent years.
One of them, Shahar Dvir-Zeliger, is also
suspected of a murder attempt and
For 12 years, the Shin Bet security service
failed to expose Jewish underground groups.
Nine Palestinians were killed in recent years
in attacks attributed to Jewish terrorist
groups, but the Shin Bet did not have a lead in
the investigation. Only last month's arrest of
Yitzhak Pas and Matityahu Shvu led to the
exposure of this underground group.
Pas and Shvu, who were caught in possession of
eight IDF explosive devices, are suspected of
planning to use the explosives in an attack on
Palestinians. The other terror suspects are
Yisachar Peretz, Ronen Aroussi and David
Liebman. Tsuriel Amior, another suspect, is
under house arrest for building the explosive
used by the Bat Ayin terrorist cell and buried
about a year-and-a-half ago in East Jerusalem's
The defense establishment believes there were
two kinds of Jewish terrorist groups - one used
to shoot Palestinian vehicles in intersections,
and the other, most of whose attempts failed,
hid explosives in Palestinian schools and
Shin Bet sources said the underground members
were skilled snipers who acquired their skills
in firearms and explosives during their
military service. They used to spread shells of
various firearms at their attack sites, to
confuse the investigation teams.