IDF stops Palestinian with home made explosives

April 8, 2013 02:26


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The IDF stopped a Palestinian near Bethlehem with three homemade explosives and four Molotov cocktails on Sunday night, as violence continued in the West Bank for the sixth straight day.

Earlier in the day Palestinians threw stones at an Israeli bus near the village of Halhoul near the Gush Etzion region, causing damage to the vehicle, according to the IDF.

Violence also broke out near Bethlehem in the afternoon, in the village of Al-Kahder, when 30 Palestinians threw stones and rolled burning tires at the IDF.

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