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IDF soldiers have uncovered a weapons cache during a special raid Wednesday night in Shechem, located in north-central Samaria and where the Palestinian Authority is supposed to be responsible for security.
The cache included two pistols, parts of an M-16 rifle, more than 100 ammunition clips, ammunition and other military equipment.
The IDF has recovered more than 100 bullets, military equipment, improvised weapons, Molotov cocktails, three pistols, five rifles, and three knives in ten different incidents the past two months.
Six shooting attacks have been executed against Israeli civilians by Palestinian terrorists during the same period, the last incident having occurred this past Tuesday morning, when Arabs shot at a public bus that was driving in the Samaria. There were no passengers at the time, and the driver was not injured.
Two weeks ago, another bus was also shot in the same area. That bus was carrying passengers, but no one was injured.
A few days later, more than 30 bullets were shot at an armored army ambulance, five of which hit the armored plating.
About the Author: Aryeh Savir is director of the International division of Tazpit News Agency.
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