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Arrests in Al-Bireh, Near Psagot (+Video)

El Birah Arrest

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Arab media outlets are reporting that 12 IDF jeeps entered the village of Al-Bireh on Monday evening and arrested two brothers.

According to the reports, the IDF did a quick search in a few homes, and then entered the home of Majad and Ella Adwai and arrested them.

On Saturday night, a terrorist entered the town of Psagot and shot nine year old Noam Glick. The army suspects the terrorist(s) may have came from the nearby village of Al-Bireh.

It’s not known if the arrests are connected to the terror attack.

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3 Responses to “Arrests in Al-Bireh, Near Psagot (+Video)”

  1. OH, THE BIG PALESTINIAN HEROES
    NOW THERE WILL BE STREETS NAMED AFTER THESE HEROES, WHO TRIED TO KILL A 9 YEAR OLD JEWISH GIRL.

  2. OH, THE BIG PALESTINIAN HEROES
    NOW THERE WILL BE STREETS NAMED AFTER THESE HEROES, WHO TRIED TO KILL A 9 YEAR OLD JEWISH GIRL.

  3. It to be to process for criminal act, not terror act.

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