WATCH: IDF elite forces conduct undercover arrest during West Bank riot

The video shows IDF special forces arresting rioters hurling rocks and Molotov cocktails.

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November 7, 2015 20:24

IDF special forces conduct undercover arrests in Rachel's Tomb, November 6, 2015

IDF special forces conduct undercover arrests in Rachel's Tomb, November 6, 2015

 
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Undercover soldiers from the IDF's elite Duvdevan Unit, operating under the Etzion territorial command, disguise themselves as Palestinian rioters during a violent disturbance at Rachel's Tomb on Saturday.

Undercover operatives then surprised the rioters by moving in and arresting a central instigator, as fellow undercover soldiers pulled out handguns to secure the arrest operation.

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