Nine Israelis extracted from Ramallah after their vehicle set on fire

By MAARIV ONLINE
June 30, 2016 06:02

 
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Nine Israelis were successfully extracted from Ramallah Wednesday evening after entering Palestinian Authority administered territory.

According to Channel 10 reports, journalist Miron Rapaport was among the Israelis that traveled to Ramallah in hopes of participating in a 'breaking of the fast' event for Ramadan.

The vehicle which the Israelis were traveling in was set on fire by local Palestinians, however they were successfully evacuated without injury.



After being evacuated, the nine were transferred to law enforcement investigators as the entrance into PA administered territory is strictly prohibited.

The evacuation was conducted via joint IDF-PA cooperation.

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