A general view shows part of the about 580 acres, 235 hectares near the West Bank city Jericho, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
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A Palestinian home near the site of an arson attack that killed three Palestinians last year caught fire early Sunday, Israeli and Palestinian officials said, with immediate suspicion falling on Jewish extremists.He and other alleged accomplices are part of a movement known as the "hilltop youth," a leaderless group of young people who set up unauthorized outposts, usually clusters of trailers, on West Bank hilltops – land the Palestinians claim for their hoped-for state.The group has been accused of carrying out so-called "price tag" attacks in which they vandalized Palestinian property, as well as mosques, churches, the offices of dovish Israeli groups and even Israeli military bases to exact a cost for Israeli steps seen as favoring the Palestinians.
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