IDF nabs 10 Palestinian fugitives in West Bank

January 20, 2007 07:50


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IDF troops arrested ten Palestinian terror suspects throughout the West Bank overnight Friday. Five alleged Tanzim operatives were apprehended in Nablus. During the operation, the suspects opened fire at IDF soldiers; none were wounded and no damage was sustained. In a search conducted in the area, an improvised hand grenade was found and neutralized. A Palestinian fugitive was arrested north of Ramallah, and a Hamas operative was arrested southwest of Bethlehem. East of Bethlehem, in Beit Sahur, an alleged Hamas operative was apprehended; two other Hamas operatives were nabbed in Nahlin. All detainees were turned over to the Shin Bet for interrogation.

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