IDF, Shin Bet arrest Islamic Jihad leader in Jenin

December 26, 2006 12:28

In a joint IDF and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) operation overnight Monday in Jenin, Mahmoud Said Sulieman Sa'adi, head of Islamic Jihad in the West Bank town, was arrested, it was released for publication on Tuesday. During searches in the building where Sa'adi was hiding, troops found a pistol and two cartridges. Sa'adi is suspected of killing Israeli citizen Marik Gabrielov in 2000. Allegedly, Sa'dai shot Gabrielov to death in his car and then torched the vehicle to destroy the evidence.

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