Nablus youth with knife arrested in Jerusalem's Old City

Border Police arrest Nab

January 5, 2010 19:02


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Border policemen on Tuesday evening arrested a youth from Nablus in possession of a knife on Rehov Hagai in Jerusalem's Old City. The youth said that he had acquired the knife and intended to stab Jews to avenge the recent killing of three al-Aksa Martyrs' Brigade men by IDF forces in Nablus. Border Police Cmdr. Israel Yitzhak said the officers' "alertness and professionalism prevented a terrorist attack and saved lives." The youth was transferred for interrogation.

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