Police probing anti-Zionist sect members who visited Jenin, met terror operatives
Police are probing three members of the fringe anti-Zionist ultra-Orthodox sect Neturei Karta who entered Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank earlier in the week and met with Palestinians from local terror groups.
The men, residents of Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh, were filmed meeting with prominent Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group officials as well as families of terrorist attackers. The Jenin camp is seen as a hotbed of Palestinian terrorism.
According to the Kan public broadcaster the men could face lengthy prison spells if convicted of supporting terror.