Trio of Israeli Arabs indicted on charges of funding Islamic radicals

Three Israeli Arabs were indicted on Monday by a Jerusalem court on charges of establishing a network to fund the "Morabiton" and "Morabitat" Islamic fundamentalist groups. The suspects, one from Umm el-Fahem and two from Silwan, are accused of membership in an illegal organization and of using property for terror purposes. The indictment followed a joint investigation by the Israel Police and the Shin Bet internal security service.

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