IDF shuts down another Palestinian radio station in Hebron

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 29, 2015 06:32

 
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The Israeli military on Sunday shut down a Palestinian radio station in Hebron for the third time this month.

IDF troops raided the offices of Radio Darim, which is located in the Ras a-Jura neighborhood of Hebron, before dawn on Sunday. Soldiers confiscated broadcasting equipment and computers.

The army said in a statement that is closed down the station due to "incitement" that was broadcast on its airwaves.

Earlier this month, the army shut down Radio Hebron and Al-Hurriya, two other radio stations which have been accused of broadcasting anti-Israel content.

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