Israel responds ISIS terrorist attack

Israel's security cabinet approved a number of measures in response to the truck ramming attack that left four IDF officers dead and 17 other people wounded in Jerusalem.

The cabinet approved administrative detention for anyone who henceforth expresses admiration, approval or support for the ISIS terrorist organization or its actions.

The move comes after the country's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the signs indicate the attacker was an ISIS supporter, The Jerusalem Post reports.

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