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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (Worthy News)-- Operation Brother's Keeper continued into its 12th days; Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in overnight raids searched 120 homes and arrested four more Palestinians suspected of terrorism. The total number of arrests is now 354, of which 269 are Hamas members.
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