Israeli Arabs plead guilty to planning bomb

Three Israeli Arabs pleaded guilty in a Tel Aviv court Sunday to plotting to blow up the city's twin Azrieli Towers, the tallest buildings in Israel,

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
October 9, 2005 16:37
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Three Israeli Arabs pleaded guilty in a Tel Aviv court Sunday to plotting to blow up the city's twin Azrieli Towers, the tallest buildings in Israel, a court official said. The official added that the defendants, from the central Israel town of Taibeh, also admitted planning to plant a bomb on a railway track north of Tel Aviv. Sentencing is to take place on Oct 21. No further details of the case were immediately available.


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