Suspected bomb found on car in Bnei Brak

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January 24, 2011 14:42

 
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A police bomb squad was called out to Bnei Brak to neutralize an explosive device attached to a vehicle Monday afternoon. The incident was unfolding on Rehov Bar Kochva.

Police have sealed off the area.

Unconfirmed Hebrew media reports said that the vehicle was believed to a jeep that had been rented out by a law student.

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