Israel Military Police Searched for Ultra-Orthodox Soldiers’ Right-Wing Messages

Most Israelis dislike and distrust their ulta-Orthodox brethren and treat them as second-class citizens.

Military Police investigators searched for “right-wing” messages on the cellphones of soldiers from the haredi (ultra-Orthodox) Netzah Yehuda battalion, a legal representation group said on Thursday.

The investigation centers on a group of combat soldiers who are under arrest for allegedly striking a Palestinian security suspect in the bathroom of an IDF base after he was arrested recently in Jenin.

Read more at the Jerusalem Post

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