IDF, police discover and detonate six IEDs near Kalkilya

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May 1, 2012 09:32

 
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IDF soldiers and Israel Police overnight Monday discovered six improvised explosive devices adjacent to Alfei Menashe near Kalkilya. The devices were detonated under supervision by sappers.

Last week, IDF forces arrested a Palestinian in Azun, near Nablus, who had four pipe bombs in his house. The man was taken for questioning, and the bombs were detonated by a bomb disposal unit.

In all of 2011, the IDF discovered 13 improvised explosive device in the West Bank.

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