The IDF's military court last night accused the brother and mother of Ashraf Valid Suleiman of Nicholas, who killed and killed Kim Levengrond-Iehezkel and Sivija Haj in the industrial zone Barkan earlier this month.
According to the indictment, the duo knew about the plans of the Nazis to carry out the massacre, but did not inform the authorities. Among other things, his mother knew that the terrorist had a weapon and that he was training to carry out the attack, and told Nelson two weeks before the shooting that he was planning to become a "martyr."
Additionally, the brother of the terrorists has accused the additional criminal offense of interrupting court proceedings for attempting to hide the security footage of their security cameras.
The indictment comes as IDF continues its extensive search after the Nazi, which has still not been caught despite being on the run for more than a month.