IDF uncovers weapons cache, Hamas money stash

Security forces nab 10 terrorists, confiscate tens of thousands of shekels in terror funds from Hamas cell, uncover weapons cache.

David Rosenberg,

Guns confiscated in Samaria
Guns confiscated in Samaria
IDF spokesperson

Israeli security forces operating in Judea and Samaria overnight apprehended 14 suspects wanted in Israel for a variety of offenses, including 10 terrorists involved in attacks on Israeli civilians and security personnel.

The 14 suspects were nabbed in a series of joint pre-dawn operations Tuesday morning involving the IDF, Israel Police, Shin Bet internal security agency, and Border Police.

In western Samaria, IDF soldiers and a Border Police unit discovered a weapons cache in the Arab village of Naalin (Nilin). Three firearms and ammunition were confiscated.

In a separate operation overnight, IDF forces working with the Shin Bet internal security agency and Israel Police shut down a print house in the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Ramallah. The facility was reportedly used to print anti-Israeli propaganda for the promotion of terrorism.

Security forces also confiscated tens of thousands of shekels in terror funds belonging to the Hamas terror organization during a raid in Hevron overnight.