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YNetNews By: Itamar Eichner
22-year-old Israeli who fought the terrorist group abroad was charged for murder in a country with which Israel has no diplomatic relations; details began emerging from a case uncovered two months ago.

Details emerged from a top secret case involving a 22-year-old Israeli who had been fighting abroad against ISIS before being arrested in June 2015 and charged with murder in a country with which Israel has no diplomatic relations, it was cleared for publication Tuesday morning.

The case was exposed approximately 2 months ago by MK Ayoob Kara, who then served as a deputy minister, and was immediately barred from public consumption by the Military Censor.

 

In recent days, a settlement was reached between the parties involved according to which the young man is soon to be released. The Israeli man’s family has been ordered to pay the victim’s family a sum of of $120,000. The young man’s father is currently attempting to collect the money. 

 

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