The Shin Bet and Police Nationalistic Crimes Unit, along with the Border Police, served administrative orders against two Jewish youths without trial or evidence, as part of the response to false accusations of violence by Jews in Judea and Samaria.
Initially, the officers arrived at the community of Brukhin, where they served an administrative order to a local Jewish resident. The order prohibits him from leaving the borders of the community for several months. Additionally, during this period, he is restricted from leaving his house during nighttime hours and is not allowed to have contact with 25 of his friends.
Next, the officers arrived at the community of Yitzhar, where they served an administrative order to another young Jewish resident. This order prohibits him from residing in Judea and Samaria for several months and restricts him from having contact with several of his friends.
Both administrative orders were signed by Major General Yehuda Fuchs, the Central Commander over Judea and Samaria, and were issued on recommendation of the Jewish Division in the Shin Bet.
"Alongside security forces who dedicate themselves to the fight against the Arab enemy in Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip, there are elements within the security establishment that still fail to differentiate between friend and foe. This is just another example of the harassment faced by Jewish pioneers in Judea and Samaria in recent times," said residents to Hakol HaYehudi.