Suspects arrested in firebombing attack that killed 3 members of Palestinian family

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December 3, 2015 11:48

 
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Security forces have arrested in recent days a number of youths suspected of belonging to a Jewish terror organization and carrying out terror attacks, it was announced Thursday after a gag order was partially lifted.

The investigation includes concrete suspicions regarding the firebombing of a Palestinian house in the West Bank village of Duma that killed three members of the same family on the night of July 31st, 2015.

The identities of the suspects and further details of the case remain under gag order.

The suspects appeared to be the first people that police and the Shin Bet have taken into custody in the case by standard arrest and not by administrative detention.

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