Israeli security forces shut down a printing house in a Palestinian town after it manufactured banners and signs in support of the Jerusalem terrorist who murdered two Israelis. In addition, five terror suspects were arrested.
Overnight (between Wednesday and Thursday), IDF and Border Police forces shut down a printing house in the Palestinian town of al-Ram for manufacturing banners and signs in support of the terrorist who murdered two Israelis in Jerusalem last week. During the operation, the Israeli security forces discovered many banners and pamphlets featuring inciting messages against Jewish people and Israelis.
According to the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit, the printing house manufactured the banners that were hung outside the terrorist’s home shortly after the terror attack. In addition to the operation in al-Ram, IDF forces arrested five Palestinian who are suspected of being involved in terrorist activities and violent riots. The suspects were taken in for questioning by the security forces.