Israeli policemen work inside a restaurant following a shooting attack that took place in the center of Tel Aviv June 8, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner/File Photo
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The two Palestinians who shot dead four Israelis at a popular Tel Aviv nightspot last month had drawn inspiration from ISIS, security officials said Monday.The three were charged at the Tel Aviv district court on Monday for murder, conspiring to murder and attempted murder, according to the charge sheet distributed by the justice ministry.It said they planned the assault after a July 2015 arson attack by Jewish extremists in the West Bank that killed three members of a Palestinian family, including an 18-month-old baby.A recent poll found that 88 percent of Palestinians believe that ISIS is a radical group that does not represent true Islam.
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