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Egypt places 13 bombing suspects under surveillance, including three women and three children, according to a senior Palestinian official, who spoke on condition of anonymity

Egypt places 13 bombing suspects under surveillance, including three women and three children, according to a senior Palestinian official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Palestinian Media Watch said the detainees included Salah al-Qawrawi, a prominent Salafi cleric who was imprisoned earlier this year, and a man identified only as Abu Yassin, a Jordanian.

It said three women, aged 16, 16 and 17, were detained in a different cell but that there was no information on them.

The three Palestinians were taken from their homes after midnight Saturday, two hours after the bomb went off at 2.30am, MOHR said, without giving more det온라인 바카라 사이트ails.

It said the group was not carrying out an attack and had no connections with Islamist groups. The site was u카지노사이트nable to independently verify its report.

Earlier this week Palestinians accused Israel of targeting three homes in the Ramallah area in response to the deadly terror attack carried out by three assailants.

The Jerusalem Post said the raid resulted in the arrests of two suspects, including two 17-year-old sisters from the Karm al-Taher district near al-Aroub, and three Palestinians from the Ramallah neighborhood of al-Jadida.

Al-Maarimah also reported that Israeli forces arrested two Palestinian students at the West Bank University of Nablus for attempting to take part in “an extremist demonstration”.

Earlier this month, the IDF’s security services thwarted a plot to launch an attack on Israelis in occupied East Jerusalem, the Shin Bet domestic intelligence agency (DIA) said.

Hamas blamed Israel for the stabbing attack on Wednesday evening, telling the media it was acting on orders from its leadership to kill as many Jews as possible, according to Hamas media arm al-Quds News.

In a statement, the terror group said the two Palestinians killed by soldiers and the two policemen in 제주출장마사지the assault are two Palestinian youths from the Hebron area who participated in the attack on Wednesday.

The Palestinians were identified as 22-year-old Salah al-Shuhada and 20-year-old Hassan Abu Youssef, and the DIA said: “Their parents and the youths were wounded. The terrorists targeted two Jewish families and two Israeli police on Wednesday. The attack was planned by Hamas and its allies to punish the Jews in the occupied Palestinian territories.”

On Thursday afternoon, a Palestinian teenager set off a bomb outside a Jerusalem mosque killing two Israelis, while in the afternoon four Palestinians shot dead anothe

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