A 27-year-old Israeli is under arrest for allegedly making and selling ten small bombs in his Jerusalem home, police said Tuesday. The suspect, Yehuda Eliav, was apprehended two weeks ago in his Kiryat Yovel home by undercover police detectives. The case first came to light after he asked the cop if he had any buyers for the explosives, police said. A court gag order which was in place on the case was lifted on Tuesday. The alleged Jewish bomb-maker, who operated out of criminal motives, sold the undercover cop eight pipe bombs, at a price of NIS 2,500 to NIS 4,000 each, depending on the size of the explosive, which ranged from small to medium, police said.