IDF arrests 23 Palestinian suspects - including 5 Hamas members - in overnight West Bank raids

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May 27, 2015 09:17

 
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The IDF arrested 23 security suspects in overnight raids across the West Bank between Tuesday and Wednesday.

Eighteen suspects were involved in rioting and unorganized attacks on civilians and security forces, the army said, and  five of the
suspects are members of Hamas.

During the raids, a member was arrested in Tul Karem, another in Al-Muaeer, which is northwest of of Ramallah, and in Hebron three Hamas men were nabbed.

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