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IDF Shuts Down Hebron Radio Station for Incitement

IDF troops shut down Palestinian radio station for incitement, August 31, 2016 (Photo: IDF Spokesperson's Unit)

Terrorists use all forms of media to incite hatred of and violence against Israel. The Times of Israel's Judah Ari Gross reports that today, the Israel Defense Forces raided and shut down a Palestinian radio station for praising terrorism and encouraging attacks on Israel:

IDF troops shuttered a Palestinian radio station and arrested five employees in the southern West Bank early Wednesday morning for “broadcasting inciting programs,” the army said.

The al-Sanabel radio station, located in Dura, outside of Hebron, allegedly supported attacks on Israelis, praised terrorist activities and called for Palestinians to join the uprising against Israel.

Under the orders of Maj. Gen. Roni Numa, head of the army’s Central Command, IDF soldiers, along with police officers, Shin Bet security service agents and representatives from the Defense Ministry’s Civil Administration, entered the radio station early Wednesday morning and seized “technical equipment and transmitters,” the army said...

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