Danino says he expects more arrests in firebombing case

August 27, 2012 12:51


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Israel Police Inspector General Yochanan Danino said Monday that he expects to make more arrests in the case of the firebombing of a Palestinian taxi that wounded six family members, Israel Radio reported.

Police already arrested three suspects - aged between 12 and 13 - all residents of the Bay Ayin settlement in Gush Etzion, south of the capital.

During a visit to a school in Nazereth, Danino called the incident "grave" and said it threatens to destabilize a sensitive situation in the area.

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