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Israel arrests Jewish activist for 'nationalist crimes' - Al Jazeera English


Israel arrests Jewish activist for 'nationalist crimes' - Al Jazeera English: Israel normally applies the measure - which dates back to British-mandated Palestine - against Palestinians, allowing renewable six-month periods of detention without trial.

However, Israel's security cabinet recently approved new measures allowing "administrative detention" against Israelis who attack Palestinians, a plan which critics say is ineffective unless the issue of settlements is resolved.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's declaration of "zero tolerance" against "fanaticism" on Sunday followed the burning of the Palestinian baby in the occupied West Bank and a deadly stabbing during a gay pride march in Jerusalem.

At his weekly government meeting, Netanyahu said Israel was united against "the criminals among our people".

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