Tuesday, 29 December, Israeli media reported that police detained a resident of the settlement of Kfar tapuah, which was depicted in the controversial clip filmed at a wedding in Jerusalem.
Footage shows the man dressed in a t-shirt with the emblem of the movement TION, dancing, holding weapons.
In a press-service police refused anyway to comment on this publication.
The video in question was shown on 23 December, 10-th channel ITV. The footage was taken by surveillance cameras at Banquet hall in Jerusalem, where three weeks ago the wedding was held.
The footage shows how young people, including, according to the correspondent, Roy Sharon, a minor, dancing, holding knives and firearms. In the hands of one of them that is a Molotov cocktail, while another holds a portrait of Ali Douable baby, who died as a result of the burning of the house in the village of Duma and repeatedly punches him with a knife.
On the morning of 24 December, the police district of Judea and Samaria began a formal investigation of the events captured on video tapes. The press service of the police state that «the video clip includes only a small part of the material, which justifies the initiation of the investigation on suspicion of incitement and other offences».