Police stopped a car in Gush Etzion and arrested two brothers 17 and 13 and took them to the Maaleh Adumim station. They were released a few hours later to house arrest after their alibis checked out.
Despite the numerous firebombing and stoning attacks against Jewish vehicles and the IDF these past few weeks, the police are apparently still firmly working on the exclusive assumption that it was Jews who threw the firebomb that hit the Arab taxi.
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