IDF expected to lift various Hebron region closures

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July 27, 2016 16:37

 
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The Palestinian Ministry of Civil Affairs announced on Tuesday afternoon that the IDF will imminently lift closures to a number of entrances to villages in the Hebron region. The IDF will reopen entrances to Halhoul, Bani Naim, Beit Awwa, and a road near Beit Hagai, according to Ma’an News, a Palestinian news site.

Imad Qaraqara, the director the media at the Ministry of Civil Affairs, told Ma’an that the lifting of the closures comes after Ministry of Civil Affairs reached an agreement with the Israeli side.

Earlier Wednesday the Israeli security services killed, Muhammed al-Faqih, who carried out the drive-by attack against Rabbi “Miki” Mark. The security services had been searching for Faqih for approximately one month.

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