Security forces launch arm raid in Nablus

March 1, 2016 10:59


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Security forces carried out a raid on an arms production workshop in Nablus overnight between Monday and Tuesday, seizing firearms.

The joint Shin Bet - IDF operation is aimed at decreasing the production of weapons in the territories.

Meanwhile, security forces arrested ten suspects overnight in raids across the West Bank; Seven of them allegedly took part in rioting and violence against civilians and security forces.

Raids occurred in Kabatia, south of Jenin, Kalkilya, Tzurif, southwest of Bethlhem, where a Hamas member was arrested, and other locations near Bethlehem and Hebron.

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