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IndianaGreen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-20-03 09:35 PM
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Shin Bet and police trying to crack Jewish terror cell
Monday, July 21, 2003 Tamuz 21, 5763
Analysis / Shin Bet and police trying to crack Jewish terror cell
By Amos Harel

The investigation of Yitzhak Pas - the father of murdered infant Shalhevet Pas - and his brother-in-law, Matityahu Shvu, can be understood against the background of the continuing attempts by the Shin Bet security service and police to crack the case of "The Jewish terror cell."

Despite significant efforts over the last two years, the Shin Bet is having a hard time registering successes in its manhunt for the cell, responsible for a series of shooting attacks that have left at least seven Palestinians dead and 19 wounded. The investigation of another cell, which is likely linked to these shootings, and which is clearly responsible for planting explosive devices in Palestinian schools and the wounding of 11 people, has to date only been a partial success.

One doesn't need to be a Shin Bet agent to gauge what characterizes the members of this cell. They are members of the extreme-right wing, who want to avenge the murder of Israelis in the current intifada and at the same time to prevent any possibility of reconciliation between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

http://www.haaretzdaily.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?ite...
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StandWatie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-21-03 08:14 AM
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1. easily fend off various methods of interrogation...
Why do I get the feeling that the methodology used is something very different from the "interrogation" techniques used against Palestinians?
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Gimel Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-21-03 08:49 AM
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2. Not exactly
The judge has refused them the right to confer with their attorney. The conditions in any Israeli jail or prison is far below what is in the US.

The suspicions emerged as the court upheld Monday a decision to keep Pas and Shabo from meeting with their lawyers, at least through Wednesday, saying that such a meeting could allow the suspects to further terror activities.

Until now, the charges against Pas and Shabo had not been publicized due to a gag order placed on the case.
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Court proceeding quoted Shlomo Zeliger, also known as Shlomo or Shlomi Dvir - one of the people charged with belonging to the alleged
terror cell - as implicating Pas in the attempted bomb attack.


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http://www.haaretzdaily.com/hasen/spages/319983.html

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These charges are considered very seriously. It is the Israeli authorities prosecuting this case. The allegeded activity is belong to the cell. This has yet to be proven.

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StandWatie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-21-03 10:10 AM
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3. ticking bomb and all that!
No hanging them by their wrists or suffocating them in urine soaked bags?!

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