One of the key questions about whether the ICC will indict Israelis is whether it trusts Israel’s own judicial system to bring perpetrators of violence against Palestinians to justice.
A police statement said the damage rant to about $450,000 in US dollars. It said the fire “was of an arson nature.”
The indictment of the 22-year-old suspect is expected to follow in the coming days.
The suspect in the burning of the body of a Petah Tikva resident has been already linked to past arson offenses.
Photos of the scenes show graffiti declaring "the nation of Israel lives," and "enough [terrorist] attacks, evict the Arabs."
Police are investigating the possibility that the husband deliberately started the fire in the home while his wife, their three children, and his father were all inside the apartment.
According to MK Simcha Rothman, a Jew accused of violence is innocent even after conviction and after all appeals are exhausted, but for Palestinians it is different.
11 suspects were arrested on suspicion of involvement in arson and aiding the other suspects
A number of fires, some suspected as arson, endangered Jewish settlements in Samaria and Gush Etzion, while Jews reportedly attacked Palestinians in a town near Nablus.
“The credible evidence of antisemitic juror statements undermine the fairness of this verdict and denied Mr. Jacobson his Sixth Amendment right to an impartial jury trial.”