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On the night of June 27, Israeli police arrested six people after they allegedly attacked a taxi driver, killing him.
The six were all members of a pro-Palestinian group called the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade.
The group, whose members wear black clothing and carry Palestinian flags, is a radical faction of the Palestinian Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, or PFLP.
The driver of the taxi was also reportedly wounded, according to local media reports.
On Tuesday, police said the driver was the group’s leader.
On the evening of June 28, the group released a video showing him beating a Palestinian man.
According to police, the video was recorded in front of the group headquarters.
It was posted on YouTube and received more than a million views by Tuesday afternoon.
The footage shows the man being attacked in the middle of the street, and the group members beating him with sticks and a baseball bat.
Police said the men are members of the PFLI, the terrorist organization that is also known as the Islamic Jihad.
They are also members of several other groups, including Hamas, the Palestinian group that controls the Gaza Strip.
The PFLIs, which also calls itself the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), has been blamed for a spate of recent terrorist attacks in Israel, including one in September that killed five people and wounded dozens.
A video that the group posted online on Wednesday showed one of the attackers wearing a skullcap and wearing a Palestinian flag.
The video also showed the group holding up a poster with the words, “Death to Israel.”
In response to the video, the PPLI released a statement saying, “These are terrorist organizations who incite violence and kill innocent people on the streets of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
They claim that Israel is a cancer and should be wiped off the face of the earth.
We will never accept their rule.”
In the video released on Wednesday, the driver, who appeared to be in his late 20s, was seen kicking and punching the man who had attacked him.
In a statement, the organization called on the police to “reassure our citizens that we are not affiliated with this criminal organization.”
In a video posted on Thursday, the Israeli police said they were investigating the attack.
They said the taxi driver was injured by the attack and that he was cooperating with authorities.
On Friday, Israeli media reported that the driver’s brother was detained by the police for questioning.
The Israeli media also reported that a third man had also been detained.
The attack in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, which police said occurred in the early hours of the morning, occurred in a residential area of the city.
On Thursday night, police released surveillance video of a man they said was a PFL member.
The surveillance video showed the man driving a white car, with the logo of a Palestinian terrorist organization on the side.
In the surveillance video, police also noted the car had been reported stolen from a nearby building and a number of items were found in the car.
According on Friday, the police said it was not clear if the car belonged to the group, or was just a stolen vehicle belonging to a member of the Israeli security forces.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told Reuters that the surveillance footage did not show the driver being targeted.
In recent weeks, police have arrested several Palestinians for involvement in violence in the West Bank.
In September, Israeli security personnel detained a Palestinian youth who had allegedly participated in a stabbing attack at the Israeli consulate in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron.
Police also arrested a Palestinian in the same attack who was charged with attempted murder.
The man, Mohammed al-Jumaili, was charged in a military court with “membership in a terrorist organization” and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
In November, a Palestinian woman was sentenced for the stabbing attack in Hebron, which killed a woman and wounded four other people.
In January, police arrested a suspect who was suspected of being involved in a series of attacks against Israeli security and military personnel.
According for the attack in December, a man and his brother were attacked by Israeli soldiers in the northern West Bank village of Nabi Saleh.
The brothers were wounded, but the assailants escaped.
A month later, the same men were attacked again by Israeli forces.
In December, Israeli forces raided the home of a suspected Palestinian who was also wounded in the November attack.
On Monday, a 21-year-old Israeli man was sentenced in a court in Jerusalem for allegedly participating in the stabbing attacks.
The alleged attacker, named as Abu Ali Qayrawi, had been arrested last year on suspicion of participating in a large-scale armed group, which was responsible for the November attacks in Hebrons Nabi Sadaa, and in December for stabbing three soldiers at a checkpoint in the village of Khirbet al-Numan.
In April, a 22-year old Israeli