Rocket factory discovered in Abu Dis raid

Rocket lab discovered in

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October 16, 2009 13:36

 
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A weapons lab containing explosives and pipes that were apparently meant to be used to assemble rockets was discovered in a joint Border Police-IDF-Shin Bet [Israel Security Agency] operation last month in Abu Dis, next to Ma'aleh Adumim, security officials announced Friday. Three Palestinians were arrested in connection with the factory. The discovery followed intelligence gathered by the defense establishment. The Shin Bet revealed in a report last year that Hamas terror operatives in the West Bank had increased efforts to obtain a rocket capability and to develop Kassam rockets that could be fired into central Israeli cities. Yaakov Katz contributed to this report

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