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Israeli soldier who hates Israel arrested as neo-Nazi

Report: Police arrest IDF soldier suspected of belonging to neo-Nazi group

By Jonathan Lis, Haaretz Correspondent, and Haaretz Service

Police on Wednesday arrested an Israel Defense Forces soldier suspected of belonging to a neo-Nazi group, Army Radio reported Thursday.

A detective squad detained the soldier, a new immigrant and a resident of the Ariel settlement in the West Bank, after his behavior aroused suspicion. Officers found heroin in his vehicle, Israel Radio reported.

Upon his arrest, the soldier told police he was a neo-Nazi and that he hated the state. A swastika was found tattooed on his left arm.

Police search the soldier's home and found material connecting him to neo-Nazi organizations overseas.

The soldier, who serves in a non-combat unit, lives with his mother.

When police arrived at their home, the soldier's mother also declared she was a neo-Nazi who hated Israel.

Military Police are investigating the drug-related suspicions against the soldier and Ariel police are probing his suspected neo-Nazi affiliations.

The Interior Ministry announced Thursday that it was looking into the possibility of stripping the mother and son of their Israeli citizenship.


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