Two suspected terrorists nabbed at Qalandiya crossing

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 24, 2019 14:43
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Police arrested a suspected terrorist who arrived at the Qalandiya crossing with the intention of entering Jerusalem through the area designated for vehicles, according to a report Sunday by the Police spokesperson.

A security guard called out to her to stop driving. When she did not respond, he fired into the air and she halted. Earlier Sunday, a Palestinian suspect arrived at the same crossing and during an inspection carried out by the military police and the Border Police, a knife was found in her bag.


The suspects, residents of the Ramallah area and Nablus, were transferred to Israeli Border Police for investigation.

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