Perpetrators of the burning of mosques in Israel has been caught

Written By Admin on Friday, October 7, 2011 | 3:16 AM

Israel - After so long in the pursuit, eventually arsonists mosques in Israel succeeded catched. Israeli police had arrested a teenager suspected arsonists are one of the mosque in the village of Tuba-Zangariyye. The court process has already begun on the suspect Thursday, October 6, 2011. Reporting from the CNN website, the unnamed suspects are aged 18 years and is a Jewish theological school students who come from the West Bank. Israeli police spokesman, Micky Rosenfeld, said the teenager was detained a day after the arson incident occurred.

"He was then interrogated by the police and state security forces," said Rosenfeld.
  Combustion events in the village of Tuba-mosque Zangariyye, northern Israel, on Monday, October 3, 2011, inviting criticism from the people of Israel, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He said that such action is contrary to the values ​​espoused the state of Israel, such as freedom of religion and freedom of worship.

Imam mosque, Sheikh Fuad Shedade, said the mosque carpets in the state on fire when he arrived. The pages of the Koran were also seen scattered in the mosque. Dicoreti mosque wall of words, "price tags", "revenge", and "Palmer." Palmer is the last name of Asher Palmer. These men and one-year-old son was killed 10 days ago when his car overturned because ditimpuki stone in the Hebron region.

Mosque fire action called "price tag" was previously unheard of in the West Bank, Palestine. 'Price tag' is the practice of Jewish settler attacks against Palestinians in retaliation for the Israeli government operations against them. Hundreds of villagers are predominantly Muslim Tuba angry and stormed the Jewish town of Rosh Pina. Residents clash inevitable. Riot police were deployed to quell Israeli citizens are angry

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