Thursday, June 9, 2016

IDF puts terrorists’ village on lockdown

The village of Yata, from which the two terrorists who murdered four in Tel Aviv Wednesday came, has been surrounded by IDF checkpoints and no one will be allowed in or out without permission from the IDF.

The work permits for members of the terrorists’ clan have been revoked, as have permits to visit Israel during Ramadan.

The ministers were informed that funds have already been allotted for sealing off the security fence near Meitar-Tarkumiya, and that construction work at the location will begin by late June. The terrorists passed through those gaps in the fence on their way to the attack.

Until work on the fence begins, the IDF presence there will continue to be beefed up. READ MORE