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26.05.2024

Two Palestinian women posed as Haredis to infiltrate Israel

A soldier at the Hizma checkpoint on line 143 for security checks noticed two women wearing head covering and holding a siddur • So how did he discover that they are, in fact, from Ramallah

Two Palestinian women posed as Haredis to infiltrate Israel
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IDF and Border Police invest enormous efforts to prevent unauthorized entry into Israel. Layouts barriers and tours are just some of the activities that reflect this effort.

But illegal aliens are trying to find creative ways to cross them. To avoid this requires great vigilance on the part of the fighters.

This was a few days ago: Gal, a soldier in Erez Battalion of the military police came a few days ago on a public bus - Line 143 for routine security checks at Hizma checkpoint.

When he headed for the back of the bus, he noticed two women, seemingly religious hearing head covering and holding a siddur in their hands. The two seemed more nervous than normal and behaved strangely. In addition, Gal and Border Guard officers who were with him noticed that one of them holds the siddur upside down, bolstering suspicions of their true identity.

After checking the identity it turned out: The two are Palestinians from Ramallah, in their 30s, trying to enter the territory of Israel, whilst using the form of Jewish women with head coverings, as is customary for women religious.

The women were taken off the bus, and then investigated to rule out terrorist activity.
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