Arab-Israeli Offers Money for Information on Dizengoff Shooter

Tel Aviv terrorist
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A cash reward for information that could lead to the capture of Nashat Melhem, the suspect in Friday’s deadly shooting attack in Tel Aviv, was offered on Tuesday by Mazen Qaq, the head of the merchants’ committee in Jerusalem’s Old City.

The sum offered stands at NIS 40,000, and comes four days after the attack that killed Alon Bakal and Shimon Ruimi.

“This is someone who acted against Israeli citizens, and I won’t allow someone like him to destroy trust and security,” Qaq told Ynet. A resident of East Jerusalem, he emphasized that he sees himself as Arab-Israeli and not as Palestinian.




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