Call me improper, but the depiction in bhol.co.il (linked above) evokes the Warsaw Ghetto tragedies of the Nazis finding the local Laissez-passer fabricator, and the resulting search for the informant...
ChadashAsur is the first to agree that no one save perhaps Marwan Barghuti gets a fair rap in the Israeli secular press. As a knitted-kipa-wearing alumnus of the Yigal Amir disaster I also don't expect the charedim to start tearing kria in the streets and assuming collective guilt.
So, come Friday's editions of Chadash and haShavua, we should expect either:
1. Complete silence about the allegations, and continued focus on which gaon's great-grandson had a bar-mitzva and what Shalom Lerner has done lately to stall the Bet Shemesh land grab;
2. Ferocious counter-attack alleging police brutality, fabricated evidence, persecution of innocent, simple Jews, and veiled legitimization of anything that could be cast as furthering talmud torah.
Post-script: Someone will have to explain to me how a teudat zehut containing personal information about a non-existent person can be used to obtain funding from the Education Ministry. If they aren't cross-checking data to verify that these are real people, then they can't quite complain, and should refer to Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Full Metal Jacket: