Fugitive 'with blood on hands' surrenders to IDF

November 16, 2006 19:52


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A senior Aksa Martyrs Brigades fugitive, who according to the IDF has "blood on his hands," turned himself in to IDF units in Tulkarm Thursday night after a lengthy standoff. Troops from the elite Duvdevan undercover unit and the Nahshon Battalion were involved in the arrest operation, as well as IDF bulldozers, which rammed the outer walls of the building in which the fugitive was hiding. During the operation troops shot a Palestinian youth in the legs after he rolled a burning tire towards the troops.

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