Friday, October 25, 2013

  • Friday, October 25, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
Walla reports that the PA broke up a Hamas cell based out of Hebron that planned to launch terror attacks by outfitting remote control planes with bombs.

PA security forces arrested several Hamas university students in Hebron who were preparing to launch small bomb-equipped drones into Israel. Interrogation of the cell members revealed that they previously conducted several test flight tests with the UAVs.

Israeli security sources confirmed the report and noted that recent Palestinian security forces posted some impressive achievements in their struggle against the terrorist organizations in the West Bank.

Also yesterday:
A group of men in Qalandiya refugee camp blocked a main road Thursday to protest the Palestinian Authority's continued detention of a political prisoner, witnesses told Ma'an.

Locals said that the protesters shut down the camp's central street - one that connects Ramallah to cities in the southern West Bank - and additionally closed entrances to the camp, burnt tires and threw stones at passersby.

The men were protesting the Palestinian Authority's detention of Rabee' Hamad, a man who was released from Israeli prison 8 months ago, locals said.
The riots snarled traffic for miles on the main road between Jerusalem and Ramallah.


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