Benzion Gopshtein (left), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, with fellow activists in Jerusalem on Thursday. Photo: Reuters Benzion Gopshtein (left), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, with fellow activists in Jerusalem on Thursday. Photo: Reuters
Benzion Gopshtein (left), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, with fellow activists in Jerusalem on Thursday. Photo: Reuters

Anti-Arab group poses legal, political dilemma for Israel

Israeli authorites struggle to deal with right-wing Lehava group accused of orchestrating an arson attack on a cross-faith school in Jerusalem

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Benzion Gopshtein (left), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, with fellow activists in Jerusalem on Thursday. Photo: Reuters Benzion Gopshtein (left), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, with fellow activists in Jerusalem on Thursday. Photo: Reuters
Benzion Gopshtein (left), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, with fellow activists in Jerusalem on Thursday. Photo: Reuters
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