IDF arrests three, seizes illegal weapons overnight in West Bank raids

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April 20, 2017 08:28
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Security forces raided Silwad, the village of a terrorist who rammed his car into bystanders on April 6, overnight Wednesday, the IDF reported.

There, the found 11 stolen vehicles. Raids were also conducted in the Gush Etzion region in the village of a different terrorist. Three people were arrested on terrorism charges, 13 stolen cars were found and illegal weapons were confiscated.



The April ramming attack killed IDF Sergeant Elhay Taharlev and injured another soldier.

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