YnetNews: Omri Efriam

 

The minister instructs Israel’s Population and Immigration Authority to begin the process of revoking the residency status of two terrorists who conducted attacks in the last week, saying ‘These terrorists aren’t fit to live among us.’

 

Interior Minister and deputy prime minister, Silvan Shalom, has instructed Israel’s Population and Immigration Authority to begin the process of revoking the residency status of two terrorists who conducted attacks in the last week.

 

 

 

The authority began the process of revoking the residency status of two East Jerusalem residents in recent days: Subhi Abu Khalifa from Shuafat – who carried out the Thursday attack near the Israeli Police national headquarters in Jerusalem, and Shuruk Dawiyat – who carried out the attack on Hagai st. in Jerusalem on Wednesday.

 

The decision was made according the Interior Minister’s authority under the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law. If the process is completed, the two attackers will be prevented from receiving social benefits, including those afforded by the National Insurance institute. These include medical insurance and ease of medical care.

 

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