Court extends remand of Taiba man suspected for TA bus bomb

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November 23, 2012 14:14

 
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The Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Friday extended by ten days the remand of the Taiba resident suspected of involvement in Wednesday's bombing of a Tel Aviv bus.

Shin Bet officers and police arrested the terrorists suspected of bombing the bus in Tel Aviv on Wednesday several hours after the device exploded, the agency revealed on Thursday evening.

During their preliminary interrogation, the cell’s members identified with Hamas and Islamic Jihad and said they had agreed to commit an act of terrorism, prepared the bomb and purchased cellular phones to detonate it by remote control.

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