Security forces arrest 10 terror suspects in West Bank

August 22, 2016 08:15


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Israeli security forces arrested 10 suspects with alleged connections to terror. Two of the suspects were arrested for activities in national terror groups and violent disturbances against civilians and security.

In the Binyamin region, police found a pipe bomb in the home of another suspect while arresting him. In Bethlehem, Israeli forces arrested a member of Islamic Jihad. More arrests were made in Beit Ummar and Dhahiriya.

Meanwhile, in Beit Awwa, a Hamas operative was arrested. A homemade gun was confiscated during a search of his home.  In Dir Tzamat, another Hamas operative was arrested. In Hebron, three more arrests were made. Two of the suspect were Hamas operatives.

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