An Israeli court docket in Beersheba has ordered the police to return a private weapon of settler Zvi Sukkot, which was confiscated throughout an illustration within the occupied metropolis of Negev.
The Hebrew Makor Rishon reported that Sukkot, together with public figures and Knesset members, had in latest weeks participated in protests towards the Israeli authorities’s obvious “abandonment” of the Negev.
The newspaper quotes native sources as saying that the settler was “arrested and questioned by Rahat police throughout the protest,” including that police later confiscated his weapon.
The sources identified that the settler’s lawyer appealed to the court docket, calling for the return of his consumer’s weapon.
“Because the police didn’t reply to my consumer’s request, the court docket ordered a return of the weapon,” the lawyer instructed reporters. The gun has now been returned, he added.