9 Jdl’ers Found Guilty of Harassing Missionaries
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9 Jdl’ers Found Guilty of Harassing Missionaries

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A Jerusalem District Court found nine Jewish Defense League members guilty today of criminal violation of private limits and of conspiracy to damage two missionary institutions in the city last Feb. One of the defendants was acquitted. The nine were charged with illegal entry in a church on the Mount of Olives and a Christian book store, and with harassing its occupants.

Following the disturbance, a fire occurred in the book is bad and many of the books were burned or damaged from the court did not find any of the defendants guilty on a charge of arson because police could not identify any of them as directly responsible for the fire. The court will pronounce sentence in another session.

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