ISIS operative nabbed en-route to terrorist attack in Israel

Undercover operatives carried out a precise operation with the help of pinpoint information provided by the Shin Bet.

Border Police operation (Police Archives) (Photo: Israel Police)

Undercover soldiers carried out a covert raid in the PA-controlled village of Beitunia with the help of precise intelligence information from the Shin Bet last night.

The forces closed in on a building where the man was staying and arrested him after he tried to flee the scene. The terrorist also attempted to open fire on the troops before being taken into custody.

The fugitive was an ISIS operative who intended to carry out an attack in the immediate future. He was transferred for further questioning by security forces.


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