Israel Security Forces arrest 8 wanted Arab suspects in overnight raids

December 5, 2016 07:44


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In overnight operations conducted by the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency), The IDF and Border Police Monday morning, at least eight Palestinian suspects were detained in connection with terrorist activities throughout the West Bank.

Among those arrested, three were from the northern West Bank village of Kabatiya, while another four were detained in the town of Ja'yiftalik.

The last suspect was arrested in Beit Fajar, a small Arab community located near Efrat.

The suspects were taken to a nearby facility and interrogated by COGAT(The Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories). 

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