Shin Bet: 3 Jewish youth arrested for revenge attack against Arabs

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July 14, 2016 10:56

 
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Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) on Thursday said that they have arrested three Jewish youth suspected in carrying out revenge attacks against Arabs following a June 8 terror attack at Tel Aviv's Sarona Market.

The three youth stand accused of torching a vehicle belonging to an Arab-Israeli citizen in the village of Yafia, located near Nazareth. The Shin Bet added that the minors had defaced another vehicle, spray-painting "Price Tag" and "Revenge" on a car belonging to an Arab-Israeli.

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