Brothers sentenced for Jerusalem arson hate-crime on Jewish-Arab school

Two brothers, associated with the radical, racist Jewish extremist group Lehava, were sentenced to two and two and-a-half years in prison at a Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday for vandalizing and setting a classroom on fire at the nation’s largest integrated school last year.

Nahman and Shlomo Twito, aged 18 to 22 respectively, from the West Bank settlement of Betar Illit, confessed to the November 29 hate crime in the capital’s Jewish-Arab Max Rayne Hand in Hand School.


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