Security forces arrest West Bank Hamas man involved in shooting attack

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May 4, 2016 18:39

 
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Security forces on Wednesday arrested 43-year-old Salah Salahi, a Hamas member from the West Bank village of Silwad, on suspicion of being involved in a 2010 shooting attack that injured two Israeli civilians.

Salahi, a member of Hamas's military wing, was arrested by Palestinian Authority forces after the shooting, but was recently released. The Shin Bet said that after learning of his release, Salahi was taken into Israeli custody.

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