IDF arrests 15 wanted Palestinians overnight, confiscates illegal weapons

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 14, 2019 07:16
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The IDF, ISA, and Border Police arrested 15 Palestinians overnight on Thursday, according to the IDF spokesperson's Unit.

They were taken in for interrogation because of their suspected involvement in terrorist activities.

Meanwhile, during an IDF search for illegal weapons in the Ephraim Regional Brigade and in the area of the Samaria Regional Brigade, both located in the West Bank, the IDF seized a pistol, a Carlo pistol, several self-manufactured weapons, a rifle and ammunition.


The weapons were handed over to the relevant authorities.

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