Seven Israeli Arabs indicted for joining ISIS

The Haifa District Prosecutor filed charges Sunday against six Israeli Arabs who had decided to join up with the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant, and their recruiter Adnan Al e-Din, a Nazareth lawyer. He sent them to Kafr Manda for military training including the use of firebombs. Al e-Din, a former member of Israel’s public prosecution, was detained at Ben Gurion airport trying to flee to Turkey.


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