Justice Ministry official visited Duma terror suspects — report

In an abnormal occurrence, a senior official from the Justice Ministry visited suspects in the Duma terror case to check their well-being, Channel 2 news reports.

Deputy Attorney General Raz Nazri visited the Shin Bet security service’s facility, where the prisoners were being held in order to determine if they had been subject to torture, according to the report.

The right-wing activists are suspected of having carried out a terror attack in the Palestinian village of Duma in the West Bank, in which firebombs were thrown into the Dawabsha family home, instantly killing 18-month-old Ali and causing the deaths of his parents.

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