Israeli security forces arrest wanted suspects and Hamas operatives

December 12, 2016 08:30


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Israeli security forces arrested 15 wanted suspects in the West Bank in an operational activity that took place Sunday.

According to the IDF, 12 of the suspects were suspected of involvement in local terror and in participating in violent demonstrations against Israelis as well as security forces.

The arrests were conducted as part of a joint effort of IDF, Border Police, Israel Police and Shin Bet forces.

Two of the apprehended suspects were Hamas operatives.

Additionally, IDF forces seized propaganda materials that appeared to have been used in order to incite Palestinians to carry out terror attacks.

The suspects taken in for questioning by Israeli security forces.

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