Shin Bet arrests terror cell suspected of throwing Molotov cocktails at Israeli cars

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August 24, 2015 17:49

 
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The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) announced Monday that it has arrested a terror cell from the village of Bita in the West Bank which is suspected of carrying out a terror attack in June in which they allegedly threw a Molotov cocktail from their vehicle at an Israeli vehicle on Route 60.

According to the Shin Bet, the suspects admitted during their interrogation to having carried out the attack in question as well as a number of other instances of Molotov cocktail throwing and stone-throwing at Israeli vehicles.

Two of the suspects are scheduled to be indicted in the coming days.

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