Molotov cocktails thrown towards IDF troops in Bethlehem area

August 28, 2013 10:10


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Seven Molotov cocktails were thrown towards Israeli troops near Bethlehem late Tuesday night, an IDF spokesperson said.

There was no damage or injuries reported and soldiers were sweeping the area.

In an unrelated incident, seven wanted men from the West Bank were arrested by the IDF during the night. Four men were arrested in Nablus, two in Bethlehem and a seventh was stopped in the Hebron area.

The spokesperson did not comment on details of the arrests or of the men that were rounded up.

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