Police suspect six activists of mosque arson

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 14, 2011 19:36

 
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Six right-wing activists that were arrested during a police raid this morning are under investigation for involvement in the arson at an abandoned Jerusalem mosque Wednesday, according to Army Radio.

Police confiscated plastic rifles and ski-masks from the activists' apartment, according to to the report.

Police were investigating their potential involvement in previous price-tag attacks, as well as the vandalism Wednesday morning.

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