Police say cops foiled Tel Aviv stabbing attack on Nov. 2, arrested 2 Palestinians

The Israel Police says that a stabbing terror attack in Tel Aviv was thwarted on November 2, with officers arresting two teenage Palestinians who were found to be carrying knives.

Police say the two 14-year-old boys are school students from Umm al-Fahm who took a bus to Tel Aviv and planned to carry out the attack against IDF soldiers near the city’s main Savidor train station.

Cops deemed their behavior suspicious and approached them, searching their belongings and finding the knives.

The suspects were then taken for questioning, in collaboration with the Shin Bet security agency, and the case was under a gag order until today, when the pair — still under remand — were arraigned in court on suspicion of attempted murder of a terrorist nature.

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