2 Arabs arrested on suspicion they planned terror attack in J'lem

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March 9, 2009 20:11

 
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Two Arabs were arrested on Sunday evening on suspicion that they planned to perpetrate a terror attack in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Pisgat Ze'ev. According to reports, a police patrol spotted the two acting suspiciously while walking in the neighborhood. The police approached the men and asked to search them, but they refused and started to struggle. During the altercation, a commando knife fell from the pocket of one of the men. In the interrogation that followed their arrest, the two confessed that they planned to perpetrate their attack in retaliation for the operation in the Gaza Strip.

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