The security establishment announced on Monday that it knew of 14 specific potential attacks scheduled for election day. The Shin Bet (Internal Security Agency) added that there were approximately 90 other plans by Palestinians to disrupt the voting process.
Security forces revealed that the Islamic Jihad in northern Samaria was behind most of these plans, although a rise in terrorist attempts was also observed in the Gaza Strip, especially at the border crossings and along the border fence, Army Radio reported.
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