Security forces arrest wanted suspects, seize terror funds in West Bank

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 22, 2017 07:41
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Twelve wanted suspects were arrested overnight on Tuesday in a joint operation carried out by IDF, Shin Bet and police forces.

Nine of the arrested suspects are suspected of being involved in local terror activities as well as in participating in violent demonstrations against Israeli security forces and civilians.

Three of the suspects are affiliated with Hamas.

In a separate operation overnight, forces seized NIS 200,000 that originated in terror organizations and were intended to be used for terror-related purposes.


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