CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - In a joint operation by Israeli security forces, eight members of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) were arrested for throwing Molotov cocktails at Israeli cars in and around Jerusalem.
The PFLP operatives, all residents of the Arab village of Issawiya, north of Jerusalem, confessed they were targeting Jews.
An undercover operation by Shin Bet (General Security Agency) revealed that the eight men belonged to a local PFLP cell.
They carried out the attacks at night, wearing masks to conceal their identity.
Four of the eight cell members have been indicted, and police expect to issue indictments for the remainder in the next few days.