Jerusalem Bilingual School Arsonists Given Heavy Sentences

Nahman and Shlomo Twito sentenced to 30 and 24 months in prison, 25,000 shekels in fines; brothers say crime was 'worth the price,' burst into song after court session.

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Two brothers convicted of torching the Hebrew-Arabic bilingual school in Jerusalem last November were given heavy sentences on Wednesday, after they confessed to the charges as part of a plea bargain.