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israeli serial killer released after one month,
for stabbing four Palestinians to death

[ 12/08/2010 - 11:01 AM ]

NAZARETH, (PIC)-- An Israeli court decided on Wednesday to release an Israeli suspect in the murder of four Palestinians to house arrest, despite Israeli intelligence presenting the court a confidential report about the suspect’s involvement in a terrorist murder act.

The Petah Tikva judge decided to release Chaim Pearlman on house arrest after he was detained for a month by the Shin Bet security force under suspicion of killing four Palestinians.

Pearlman was freed to his parents’ home in the Tekwa settlement despite that fact that a Palestinian victim in the attempted murder was able to identify Pearlman. But the judge dismissed his testimony claiming that the suspect’s image had already been released in the newspapers.

Shin Bet suspects Pearlman in the murder of seven other Palestinians.

Pearlman, who has been described by Israeli media as a “Jewish terrorist”, is an active member in the right-wing Kach movement founded by Rabbi Meir Kahane. He was arrested a month ago for allegedly stabbing four Palestinians to death in the ‘90’s.

In other developments, Israeli settlers under protection of Israeli troops raided the town of Kifl Haris in northern Salfit, in an assault colored with abusive and hostile language against Islam and the Prophet Mohammed.

The Israeli Yediot Ahronot newspaper said on Wednesday that Israeli forces imposed a curfew on the town so Israeli settlers could perform rituals in it.

Zionist fanatics come out twice a year to carry out a religious rite punctuated with curfews and attacks on the town and its people.