Israel disbanded terrorist network in Nablus, IDF says

Alexandra Lukash, Attila Somfalvi, Yoav Zitun|
Israeli security forces have disbanded a Palestinian terrorist network in the West Bank's Nablus region in recent months, the military said on Thursday.
Among the suspects is Aalam al-Raee, a member of Tanzim — a militant faction of the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement, who was involved in the killing of Israeli soldier Staff Sergeant Osher Damari during an IDF raid in Jenin in July 2006.
Al-Raee's investigation revealed that he was recruited by a resident of the Gaza Strip named Muhammad Madi in order to carry out military terrorist activity on the West Bank.
The 42-year-old recruited help to carry out militant terrorist acts against Israeli targets and solicited funding to payroll his activity.
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