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‘Hate wedding’ family alleges Shin Bet involvement


COMPLICIT HATRED IN ISRAEL | Desertpeace: Relatives pointed to correspondence between the groom’s father and a Shin Bet coordinator in which the latter offered his congratulations ahead of the wedding. “It’s unclear why the Shin Bet didn’t stop the frenzy as it happened,” said a source close to the family.

Arrests are believed to be imminent in the case of the wedding, captured on video, in which young guests celebrated with Molotov cocktails, weapons, and a picture of slain Palestinian infant Ali Dawabsheh pierced with a knife.

In the wake of the public release of the videos, people close to the families involved asserted that the police and Shin Bet had prior knowledge of the wedding. They claimed messages between the groom’s father and a Shin Bet coordinator proved this and suggested that events were manipulated by someone with certain interests.

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