IDF soldiers, Shin Bet, and Border Police operated last night (Tuesday) to arrest 13 wanted individuals in various locations in Judea and Samaria, as well as in the Jordan Valley and the Amakim Division. Additionally, six firearms were confiscated during the operation. Simultaneously, in a divisional operation in Hebron, firearms and four weapons manufacturing workshops were targeted.
According to an IDF spokesperson's statement, the forces arrested 11 wanted individuals in the cities of Qalqilya, Tubas, and Shechem (Nablus), in the villages of Beit Dikko, Beit Ummar, and Shiukh, as well as in the Deheisheh refugee camp. During the operation in the city of Qalqilya, suspects fired shots, threw stones, and hurled an explosive device towards the forces, who responded with measures to disperse the protests. Additionally, in the village of Beit Dikko and the city of Shechem, suspects threw stones at the forces, who also responded with measures to disperse the protests.
It was also reported that the forces located and confiscated three firearms and military equipment in the city of Tubas, where gunshots were heard in the vicinity during the operation. Simultaneously, the soldiers located and confiscated two Carlo-type firearms in the village of Beit Ummar.
In the IDF, it was noted that suspects threw stones towards the forces during the operation in the Deheisheh refugee camp and in the village of Shiukh. According to their statement, minor damage was caused to a military vehicle, but there were no reported casualties among the soldiers.
In another incident that occurred in Hebron, the forces arrested two wanted individuals and also located and confiscated weaponry, including M16 rifles, hunting rifles, and four weapons manufacturing workshops.