West Bank: Security forces arrest 5 Palestinian radio station workers for broadcasting incitement

IDF, Israel Police, Shin Bet and Civil Administration forces arrested 5 suspects at the Palestinian radio station al-Snabel in Dura for broadcasting inciting content. During the raid on the radio station, the security forces seized technical and office equipment.
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Last night (Tuesday), security forces raided a Palestinian radio station in Dura near Hebron. During the raid, 5 radio station employees were arrested for broadcasting inciting content, according to the IDF.

Forces from the IDF, Israel Police, Civil Administration and Shin Bet took part in this operation. Under the orders of the head commander of the IDF’s Central Command, the raid on the al-Snabel radio station was conducted after the security establishment identified it as a radio station that broadcasts inciting content. The security forces confiscated technical and office equipment and the suspects were taken in for questioning.

Also last night, IDF and Border Police forces arrested 8 Palestinians who are suspected of being involved in terrorist activities and violent riots in the West Bank. The suspects are currently being interrogated.

Yesterday, JOL reported that IDF and Border Police forces demolished the home of Muhammad Almajid Ameira in Dura. Ameira committed the shooting attack on Route 60 in which Rabbi Michael Mark was murdered in front of his family.

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