Having just been returned home by Israeli Border Guard police officers after infiltrating into Israel, the Palestinian was again apprehended for trying to cross the security fence in the Jerusalem area for the second time. This time arrested, he was found to be smuggling cellphones for incarcerated security prisoners.
By Mordechai Sones
Israeli Border Police officers arrested an Arab attempting to cross the security fence in the Jerusalem area for the second time. Only minutes before he was jailed in Ofer Prison six cell phones were removed from his body that were allegedly intended to be smuggled to security prisoners. Continue Reading »
Watch Senior PLO/Fatah member Jibril Rajoub, surrounded by a half-dozen bodyguards, verbally abuse a female Israel Border Police officer at the Cave of the Patriarchs.
By Elad Benari
Senior Fatah official Jibril Rajoub was filmed on Wednesday as he verbally confronted Border Police officers at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hevron.
Rajoub was filmed at the exit to the compound as he was yelling at a Border Police officer: “Do not threaten me, calm down, what a madman you are, do not shout at anyone.”
He then turned to a female officer and told her, “Shut up, go to hell.” Another female officer then came up and told Rajoub: “If you do not want police intervention here, I suggest you leave. Continue Reading »
Israel Border Police stop suspicious Arab driver at checkpoint on a road leading to Jerusalem, discover a 20-something yr-old Arab, Hevron resident, hiding in the car’s trunk who was attempting to exit PA territory and enter Israel without permits.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Border Police officers caught an Arab infiltrator attempting to cross into Jerusalem by hiding in the trunk of a car.
The incident occurred on Thursday night, when a 35-year-old Arab driver aroused Border Police officers’ suspicions when he tried to cross into Jerusalem via the a-Zaim security checkpoint.
The confiscated car – Photo: Israel Police spokesperson
The officers insisted on inspecting the car, and upon opening the trunk discovered an Arab Hevron resident in his 20s attempting to cross into pre-1967 Israel without the necessary permits. Continue Reading »
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