IDF arrest man who jumped Gaza border fence into Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 1, 2017 07:27
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A man who crossed the Gaza Strip border fence into Israel on Saturday was arrested by IDF soldiers.

According to the IDF, the suspect was stopped near the point at which he crossed into Israel, located at the northern end of the Gaza Strip.

The suspect has been transferred for investigation by security forces. The IDF stated that the man was not armed and it is believed that his motivation was not terror-related.

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