IDF nabs 6 Palestinians on suspicion of Samaria shooting spree

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 26, 2007 12:21

 
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IDF soldiers said Friday that it had arrested six Palestinians in the Nablus area on suspicion of involvement in a shooting rampage in Samaria in which a soldier and a civilian were wounded. The Palestinian Ma'an news agency reported that among the detainees were three brothers, all Fatah operatives. Wednesday's attack began at the Ariel junction, where terrorists sprayed a hitchhiking post with bullets from 100 to 150 meters away before speeding down a busy road while firing at passing cars.

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