Army says troops foiled terror attack in the West Bank

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March 25, 2009 10:16

 
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IDF troops on Tuesday night foiled a terror attack against soldiers in the West Bank, the army announced Wednesday morning. According to the IDF, troops arrested three Palestinian near Nablus. The three were in possession of a bomb, weapons and detailed maps of the area. They were picked up while soldiers were scanning the area in the wake of a Molotov cocktail attack on an Israeli car near Elon Mo're. The three admitted that they were planning to carry out attacks against soldiers, the IDF said. They were taken to security forces for further interrogation.

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