IDF thwarts smuggling attempt from Sinai, injures 2

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 17, 2012 01:29

 
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An IDF force on Wednesday night prevented a smuggling attempt from Sinai.

A contingent conducting a routine patrol along the Sinai border identified infiltrators that crossed the Israel border. After warning them to turn back, the soldiers fired upon the infiltrators, injuring two.

The infiltrators returned to Sinai, causing no damage or injury to IDF soldiers.

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