IDF Raids Terrorist Propaganda Centers

The IDF began the week by carrying out a raid in the West Bank that will leave the Holy Land safer. Arutz Sheva reports that the early morning mission by Israeli security not only led to the arrests of wanted terrorists, but the shutting down of facilities that produce anti-Israel incitement materials, as well:

Israeli security forces nabbed eight wanted terror suspects in Judea and Samaria in a series of raids early Monday morning.

The arrests were conducted jointly by the IDF, Shin Bet internal security agency, Border Police, and Israel Police.

The suspects captured overnight included individuals wanted for various terrorist activities, including violent attacks on Israeli civilians and security personnel. The eight suspects captured Monday morning were transferred for interrogation.

In addition, Israeli security forces operating in Judea and Samaria overnight raided facilities used for the production and distribution of anti-Israeli propaganda, used to incite locals to commit acts of terror.

Among the facilities closed was a printing house in the city of Hevron, south of Jerusalem, which had been used to produce flyers, posters, and other materials used to promote terrorism…

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