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        1/10/2014, Shevat 9, 5774

      Arrests in Kusrah Incident

      The Samaria-Judea police arrested four youths and three young adults, Thursday evening, in connection with a Tuesday incident in the Arab village of Kusrah, in the Binyamin-region area north of Jerusalem, in which Jewish youths who entered the village were attacked by Arabs.

      Attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir reported, Friday morning, that some of the detainees still needed medical treatment for their wounds but the police refused to bring a doctor and, in his words, were harassing them. He commented, "The Israeli police is displaying moral bankruptcy: Those who attacked the youths with metal, crowbars, clubs etc. ... were not arrested, but rather someone who underwent a lynching was arrested - we have seen an upside down world."