IDF finds 12-centimeter knife on Palestinian man

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January 6, 2013 21:21

 
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Violence continued in the West Bank on Sunday, as the IDF stopped a Palestinian man with a 12-centimeter knife on Sunday afternoon at the major intersection in the Gush Etzion region of the West Bank.

Soldiers found the knife during a routine inspection.

Separately on Sunday, stones were thrown at an IDF vehicle near Ramallah and an Israeli car near Bethlehem. Both vehicles were damaged.

On Saturday evening the IDF found a fake bomb near the Migdal Oz settlement in the Gush Etzion region.

In the area of Hebron on Saturday night the IDF arrested 3 wanted Palestinians.

But the largest incident occurred on Saturday afternoon, when according to the IDF, some 200 Palestinians attacked the vineyards of the West Bank Esh Kodesh outpost.

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