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'Breaking the Silence' spokesman beat Arabs?

Investigation findings on whether 'Breaking the Silence' spokesman beat Arab while in IDF to be transferred to State Attorney's Office.

Mordechai Sones,

Students attend talk given by Breaking The Silence at Hebrew University
Students attend talk given by Breaking The Silence at Hebrew University
צילום: Hadas Parush/Flash90

The State Prosecutor's Office will examine recent findings regarding the suspicion that Dean Issacharoff, spokesman for Breaking the Silence, had beaten an Arab while serving in the IDF.

The spokesman's testimony was publicized via a video posted on the social networks and on the Breaking the Silence website.

Investigators of the Ad Kan watchdog organization contacted the Attorney General demanding that he examine the suspicions against Issacharoff, adding to the demand a plethora of testimonies about the alleged acts he committed.

The legal advisor announced that the complaint would be forwarded to the State Attorney for further examination.

The organization Ad Kan says that "the grave findings against Breaking the Silence spokesperson Dean Issacharoff require examination by the authorities ... It is possible that a criminal is walking among us who may harm innocent civilians, as he has done in the alleged offenses against innocent Palestinians. We hope the prosecutor will deal justly (in Hebrew.: "mete out Din") to Dean."




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