Security forces make arrests, seize weapons and money in West Bank overnight

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 27, 2018 08:20
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During the night, IDF and Israel Security Forces, the Border Police and the Israel Police arrested 18 Palestinians suspected of involvement in terrorist activities and violent disturbances against civilians and soldiers.

The suspects were transferred for questioning.During searches in the village of Izariya in the Bimyamin area security officials seized Kalashnikovs and parts of weapons.

In addition, during the searches in the Jenin area, the IDF seized tens of thousands of shekels of terrorist money, as part of the campaign against money used for terrorism.



The findings were handed over to the security forces.

During an IDF operation in the city of Qalqilya, a riot broke out, during which Palestinians threw stones at the fighters, who responded by means of crowd dispersal.

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