Security forces arrest 2 unorganized terror cells

November 9, 2015 17:26


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Security forces arrested two unorganized terrorist cells in the West Bank, the Shin Bet said on Monday. In a joint Shin Bet, IDF, and Israel Police operation, suspects who attacked Israelis on Route 45, and a second cell that carried out attacks in Nebi Saleh and Halamish were nabbed in arrest operations. 
The first cell threw firebombs at Israeli cars near Atarot Junction on Route 45, which is the continuation of key traffic artery Route 443, the Shin Bet said. The second cell carried out firebombing attacks on the settlement of Halamaish, hurled pope bombs at a nearby army checkpoint, near Nebi salah, and tried to overtake the position in recent weeks, the Shin Bet said.

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