A person blows himself up, and the dead and wounded .. What is the relationship of the Kaftun crime ?!

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The Middle Road area in the town of Khirbet Daoud woke up to the sound of a large explosion that was heard in the town of Al-Bireh, Akkar and the neighborhood, according to what the “Al-Jadeed” correspondent reported.

Initial information stated that a raid was carried out by the Strike Force in the Information Branch, and that there were dead and wounded.

Al-Jadeed’s correspondent said that the operation appears to be linked to the Koura crime, when a Syrian person blew himself up.

According to the information, there was a relationship between the young Syrian nationality and one of the persons participating in the Koura crime, in which three people were killed. As for the explosion, it occurred in a small room on a land belonging to the geographically related to the town of Al-Bireh, Amiriya.

The mayor of Khirbet Daoud explained that the explosion is not within the scope of Khirbet Daoud, and there was a raid operation in the morning for the strike force, and this explosion happened, and we do not know until the moment whether it was a bomb or he was the one who detonated himself and is waiting for a statement issued by the security services to announce this thing, and the room is owned by someone from The town of Ain Al-Zayt, and we do not know if he rented it from him since the time of the crime. ”

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