Suspect in Ma'aleh Adumim stabbing terror attack arrested

February 5, 2012 14:22


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A joint police and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) operation netted the arrest of a suspect in the stabbing attack of a security guard at the entrance to Ma'aleh Adumim near Jerusalem in December, police announced Sunday.

The arrest of the man who allegedly carried out the terror attack took place last week, but was not announced until Sunday due to a media blackout.

The security guard was lightly injured in the attack.

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