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Mamun Ismyail Salame Stut, a Palestinian released from Israeli prison as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange deal, was arrested by Israeli security forces for posing a security threat near Hebron.
Stut was originally sentenced in 2002 to 38 years in prison for attempted murder, assembling explosives, and membership in a terror organization.
He is the first released prisoner to be recaptured since the exchange.
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