IDF arrests 8 wanted Palestinians in West Bank raids

April 6, 2015 10:44


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IDF units arrested eight Palestinian security suspects in West Bank raids overnight between Sunday and Monday. Four men are suspected of taking part in violent disturbances targeting civilians and security forces.

Two suspects were arrested in Al-Hartia, northwest of Jenin, and a third was nabbed in A'anin, northwest of Jenin. In Farha, northwest of Ramallah, the IDF arrested a Hamas member. Security forces arrested an additional suspect in Azoun, southeast of Kalkilya. Three men were arrested in Husan, west of Bethlehem.

All eight have been taken for questioning.

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