Two Bedouins and a Palestinian sold 150,000 rounds of ammunition to Islamic Jihad
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In December, Shin Bet arrested a Palestinian and two Bedouin brothers from Tel Sheva on suspicion of selling ammunition to Islamic Jihad.
On Thursday, February 9, the prosecutor's office charged them with selling over 150,000 bullets to a terrorist organization in Judea and Samaria to carry out terrorist attacks.
According to investigators, the cell also sold hundreds of magazines for the M-16 automatic rifle to the terrorists. According to the Shin Bet, the Bedouin sold ammunition to various criminal organizations in southern Israel.
The accused are Adam and Mahmoud Abu Taha. They will appear before the Beersheba District Court later on Thursday. Palestinian Majdi Amran, from a village near Jenin, is expected to be charged in an Israeli military court in Samaria.
The Shin Bet also reports that two other Israelis living in the Negev region, Khaled al-Assam and Ma'anam, were arrested in January al-Asam. An indictment against them is expected to be filed in the coming days.
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