Israeli security forces arrest 10 in West Bank

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 5, 2019 08:43
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The Israel Defense Forces, Israel Security Agency and the Israel Border Police arrested 10 Palestinians in the West Bank overnight Monday. The arrests were of Palestinians with suspected involvement in terrorist activities, according to Maariv, The Jerusalem Post's Israeli sister newspaper.

The suspects were taken in for questioning. Israeli security forces also seized illegal weapons from Bani Na'im, a village near Hebron, and from the City of Hebron. They also seized money suspected of being used for terrorist activities from Asira al-Qibliya, a village near Nablus, and from Hebron. They confiscated tens of thousands of shekels.

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