Report: PA forces arrest 6 Al-Qaida supporters

February 10, 2010 21:02


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For the first time, Palestinian Authority security forces arrested six Al-Qaida supporters in the West Bank, AFP quoted a senior PA security official as announcing on Wednesday.

"They considered themselves part of Al-Qaida but did not have any contacts with Al-Qaida leaders abroad," PA Brigadier General Ibrahim Ramadan reportedly said.

"They all had shaved heads and long beards, and they consider both Fatah and Hamas to be infidels," he added.

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