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Palestinian Terrorist Carrying Two Bombs Arrested Outside Samaria Courthouse

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The scene outside the Samaria Military Court on Sunday amid the arrest of a Palestinian terrorist carrying two pipe bombs. Photo: YouTube.

JNS.org – A Palestinian terrorist carrying two pipe bombs was arrested at the entrance to the Samaria Military Court on Sunday after he attempted to pass through a metal detector.

Following the incident, the terrorist was interrogated and the entrance to the courthouse was closed, while bomb squad technicians moved to neutralize the explosives in a secure location. The terrorist is believed to be a member of a pipe-bomb production ring in Jenin.

In October, a Palestinian terrorist arrived at the entrance to the same Samaria courthouse with a pipe bomb strapped to his body.

Sunday’s incident came after an Israeli Border Police officer was moderately wounded last Friday after being stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist who was wearing a suicide vest amid “day of rage” clashes in Ramallah.

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