Jerusalem lorry attacker 'was IS supporter'
Jan.9, Jerusalem: Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said "all the signs" are that a man who killed four soldiers in Jerusalem was a supporter of so-called Islamic State (IS).
But he did not outline evidence to support the claim.
The Palestinian man, who has since been shot dead, drove a lorry into a group of soldiers.
An emergency meeting of the Israeli security cabinet approved detention without trial for IS sympathisers.
Three women and a man, all in their twenties, were killed in the attack and 17 others were wounded, police said.
The Oslo Times International News Network