PA arrests Hamas man at no. 1 on 'most wanted' list

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December 31, 2010 17:01

 
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Palestinian security forces have arrested a wanted Hamas official in the West Bank. Al-Kawasma has been described as number one the Palestinian Authorities "most wanted" list since 1998.

Security forces told Ma'an news agency that the man was arrested Thursday in the Hebron area. According to the reports, the IDF has also tried to arrest the man in the past.


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