7 wanted terrorists arrested overnight in Judea and Samaria – Anti-Israel incitement over coronavirus continues

BREAKING: The IDF arrested seven Muslim terrorists overnight in Judea and Samaria, according to Arab reports.

The arrested, including a 69-year-old senior terrorist who spent 35 years in Israeli prisons, were wanted for involvement in terrorism and violent disorders directed against civilians and security personnel.

Counter-terrorism operations reported in the Arab cities of Ramallah, Shechem, Bethlehem, Betunia and Azzoun.

The terrorists were turned over to security agencies for further investigation.

Violent riots broke out during a counter-terrorism operation in the terror nest of Silwan in East Jerusalem, with Muslim terrorists attacking Border Police forces operation in the area.

The forces responded with crowd dispersal methods.

As of Sunday afternoon, the Palestinian Authority reported 288 cases of coronavirus.

For the past week, the PA has been mounting a campaign of incitement, accusing the IDF of deliberately spreading the virus in the Arab territories.

According to reports, Israeli defense officials have sent very strong warning messages to Ramallah, saying that if the anti-Israel incitement does not stop, Israel will take action, including by reducing security cooperation and by limiting the freedom of action of PA security officials.