Israel to impose sanctions against 87 people after another terrorist attack


Israel to impose sanctions on 87 people after East Jerusalem attack

The Israeli authorities have decided to impose sanctions against 87 persons involved in terrorist activities. This was announced on February 10 by the press service of the Israeli Defense Ministry after the terrorist attack in East Jerusalem.

Recall that as a result of the terrorist attack in East Jerusalem, committed on February 10, two people were killed, including a six-year-old child. During a meeting with the heads of law enforcement agencies, the head of the Ministry of Defense Yoav Galant instructed to impose sanctions against 87 people involved in terror and their relatives.

Under a decree signed by the minister, East Jerusalem residents who receive financial support from the Palestinian Authority will have hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of assets taken away at the current exchange rate.

As previously reported, in the Jewish district of Ramot in East Jerusalem, not far from the tomb of the prophet Samuel, a car driver deliberately drove into a bus stop where people were. Two people died and four more were injured.

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