Weapon hidden inside chair, firebombs found during counter-terrorism operations in Judea-Samaria

Weapon hidden inside chair, firebombs found during counter-terrorism operations in Judea-Samaria

BREAKING: As part of an ongoing campaign against illegal weapons, Border Police forces raided a house in the Arab village of As-Samu in the Hevron area.

Upon searching, the forces found a local-made “Carlo” submachine gun hidden in a chair and a number of firebombs ready to use.

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A 17-year-old Muslim terrorist was arrested and turned over to security agencies for further investigation.

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In addition, the IDF arrested a number of Muslim terrorists overnight in Judea and Samaria, who were wanted for involvement in terrorism and violent disorders directed against civilians and security personnel.

Violent riots broke out during counter-terrorism operations in the terror nest of Kobar in the Ramallah area, with Muslim terrorists throwing rocks and firebombs at forces.

Muslim terrorists attempted to murder Jews by throwing rocks at vehicles traveling on Road Hevron-Gush Etzion, near the Arab village of Beit Ummar.

There is damage to one of the vehicles. Miraculously, no one was hurt.