The Israeli occupation government on Sunday claimed it will use administrative detention and “all means necessary” to locate and bring to justice the Zionist extremists who on Thursday night set fire to a Palestinian home in Duma village. The arson burned alive 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabshe and critically injured his parents and four-year-old brother.
According to i24 news, “The Cabinet views the arson and murder in Duma as act of terror in every aspect, and has called on all the relevant authorities to use all necessary measures in order to bring the perpetrators to justice, and prevent similar incidents,” a statement issued after the cabinet meeting said.
If approved, the bill will reportedly allow the relevant authorities to apply all the necessary steps and tools in order to capture the terrorists, “including the use of administrative detention in appropriate cases, contingent on approval of the attorney general.”
Minister of the Israeli army, Moshe Ya’alon said that he supports the administrative detention of extremists involvement in terror attacks against Palestinians.
The Cabinet decided to push a new “anti-terrorism” bill in the Knesset, and establish a team of ministers led by Ya’alon, and include Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, to assess and advise the cabinet and government on possible and necessary measures to fight these terrorist incidents.
Among the recommendations made was to change the classification of “price tag” groups, which are currently defined as “unlawful associations.”