Leader of Islamic Jihad in Judea and Samaria charged

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 Islamic Jihad leader in Judea and Samaria charged

The military prosecutor's office indicted a high-ranking member of the “Islamic Jihad” in Judea and Samaria to Bassam al-Saadi. He is accused of committing crimes related to membership and service in a terrorist organization, aiding terrorists, inciting and impersonating another person. Saadi received money from the Gaza faction, incited continued violence against Israel, and tried to avoid arrest by posing as a different person. His detention period has been extended until next Sunday. A hearing will be held on the petition for his arrest before the end of the trial.

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