Arab man arrested after knife, kippa found in his pocket

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October 25, 2015 12:24

 
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An Arab man was arrested and removed from a bus traveling on Route 90 near Kibbutz Gesher in the Beit She'an valley on Sunday, following complaints about a suspicious individual who expressed his intention to become a martyr.

The bus was located at the entrance to the city of Tiberias, and police officers quickly boarded and removed the suspect from the scene.

The suspect was detained and searched by police forces, who found a knife and kippa on his person.

The suspect is in custody and the details surrounding the incident are being investigated.


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