Three wanted suspects arrested overnight in West Bank

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May 22, 2017 07:14
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Three wanted suspects were arrested overnight on Sunday in a joint operation carried out by IDF and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) forces.
The wanted men are suspected of involvement in local terror activities as well as in participation in violent demonstrations targeting security forces and civilians.

The suspects will be interrogated by security forces.

Also on Sunday night IDF troops, Border Police and police forces secured the coordinated entrance of some 4,000 people into the area of Joseph's Tomb in Nablus for communal prayer. During prayer time, Palestinian perpetrators hurled Molotov cocktails towards the people praying. Forces detained the main instigators and prayers continued uninterrupted.

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