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The operation took place after police noticed a high amount of incidents in recent months where residents of Shuafat threw Molotov cocktails at roadways, endangering drivers.
Fatah officials in the West Bank on Monday accused supporters of deposed Fatah leader Mohammed Dahlan of helping Hamas in its crackdown on their members.
Geith, a resident of the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan who holds an Israeli identification card, was arrested by the police in his home late November.
The first to be arrested was Ahed Tamimi, 16, who taken from her home in a predawn raid on Tuesday by IDF soldiers and Border Police officers on suspicion of incitement and assault.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
‘Operation Green Candles’ was one of largest crackdowns in recent history
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Red Crescent says more than 300 wounded. Settlers stone Palestinians in Burin.
The suspects were interrogated by security forces.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Pakistani opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif was ordered jailed on Saturday for 10 days after being arrested in a corruption case
Corbin Kauffman from Lehighton, Pennsylvania began posting murderous content on a fringe social media site called Minds.com.
By JEREMY SHARON
James Rizzo Jr., 38, has already served the jail time while awaiting the case's disposition.
By FRANK DONNELLY/ STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE N.Y.
James Vincent, 40, was arraigned on Wednesday in Brooklyn Supreme Court on a 17-count indictment.
The police informed the court on Tuesday, in response to a request by the Globes, that it "strongly opposes the removal of a gag order."
By ALON HOCHMON/MAARIV
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