The Times of Israel reports: The IDF returned to Silwad in the West Bank, the hometown of a Palestinian man who killed a soldier last week, seizing alleged “terror funds” and stolen cars early Thursday morning, the army said.
According to the military, some NIS 85,000 ($23,000) was confiscated in the overnight operation in the Palestinian town outside Ramallah. Three stolen cars were also seized, the army said. The IDF carried out a similar operation in Silwad last week.
Last Thursday, a resident of the town, 21-year-old Malek Ahmad Mousa Hamed, rammed his car into two soldiers at the nearby Ofra junction. Sgt. Elhai Teharlev, 20, was killed and another soldier was lightly wounded.
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