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Weapons, Ammo Stolen from Karnei Shomron

Over Shabbat, at around midnight, there was an infiltration into the town of Karnei Shomron. The infiltrators stole a weapon and ammunition.

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3 Responses to “Weapons, Ammo Stolen from Karnei Shomron”

  1. Ray Poston says:

    This is true, real, honest reporting.

  2. G-d knows, & we need to trust that he cares, is watching out for all and he is our “all in all”! He loves us & gives us the ability to love him back. Love & joy in Hashem, G-d, causes fear to “flee away”!

  3. Les Le Gear says:

    Comprehensive news report.

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