Wanted Palestinians Arrested

Ten wanted men were arrested tonight in Judea and Samaria

The security forces arrested 10 wanted persons throughout Judea and Samaria tonight. During the activity, Palestinians threw stones at the force. There are no casualties among the fighters

(Photo: IDF spokesman)

In a joint operation of the IDF, the Israeli General Security Agency, and the Border Police, ten wanted individuals were arrested overnight (between Monday and Tuesday) in various locations in Judea and Samaria. The arrested individuals were transferred for further investigation by the security forces, with no reported casualties among the soldiers.

According to a statement by the IDF spokesperson, the soldiers arrested two wanted individuals in the village of Beit'a. As the forces were leaving the area, suspects threw stones towards the soldiers. It was also reported that four additional wanted individuals were arrested in the refugee camp Balata, in Mahfayyah, and in the village of Niama.

In the villages of Beit Jalala, Beit Awa, Eilar and Ramin, four wanted persons were captured by the fighters. And during the activity in Aljib village, suspects threw stones at the force.

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