The Jerusalem Prosecutor's Office will today (Monday) file an indictment against a 46-year-old East Jerusalem resident who was arrested two weeks ago on suspicion of committing rape and an act of sodomy on a Palestinian woman living in Anata.
The woman, about 30 years old, filed a complaint with the police station for serious acts committed by her on suspicion while they were meeting for a job interview.
Already that day, he was arrested, following investigative actions carried out by police investigators, and later his detention was extended at the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court.
As published on the "Israel Today" website, following an ad with a proposal for cleaning work, the woman contacted the advertiser of the ad, met with him in the Palestinian village of a-Za'im, east of Jerusalem, from where he picked her up in his car and performed the acts attributed to him.
The Israel Police stated that "the issue of sexual offenses is on the agenda of the police. The issue is treated with full sensitivity and is given priority, both in the investigation and in the State Attorney's Office, in order to deal with criminals in a speedy procedure."
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