10 arrested in West Bank, suspected of terror

The suspects were transferred for further questioning by Shin Bet.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 7, 2017 07:45
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Security forces arrested 10 Palestinians in the West Bank last night.

Nine of those arrested were suspected of terror and violence against civilians and the military.


In Samaria, at Tapuah Junction, two suspects were arrested.

In Ephraim, two suspects were arrested. A Palestinian suspected of incitement was arrested in Deir Qadis.

At Etzion, four wanted Palestinians were arrested in Tekoa. A wanted man was arrested in Sa'ir.

The suspects were transferred for further questioning by Shin Bet.

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