Eight wanted suspects arrested overnight in West Bank

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 9, 2017 07:25
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Eight wanted suspects were arrested in the West Bank overnight on Saturday in a joint operation carried out by IDF, Shin Bet, Border police and police forces. Four of the arrested suspects are suspected of involvement in local terror activities as well as in participating in violent demonstrations against security forces and civilians.

Four of the apprehended suspects are Hamas activists. All suspects will be interrogated by security forces.

In a separate operation overnight, an IDF task force in collaboration with Shin Bet and police raided a weapons manufacturing facility in the West Bank. All munitions and weapon manufacturing tools were confiscated.

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