IDF cracks down on terrorist infrastructures in the West Bank

July 19, 2017 07:42
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IDF troops set out on an overnight operation Tuesday in the West Bank city of Hebron to crack down on terrorist infrastructures around the area from which an attacker set out Tuesday to carry out a ramming attack.

In Tuesday's ramming attack two Israelis were lightly injured.

The forces seized a gun and weapon parts. They also shut down two weapons manufacturing facilities which were used to create ammunition with the purpose of facilitating additional acts of terror.

Forces also arrested 11 wanted suspects in collaboration with the Shin Bet, Border Police and police. One of the arrested suspects is a Hamas operative. All suspects will be interrogated by security forces.

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