Israeli troops find workshop for producing handicraft bombs in Nablus

Israeli troops have found a workshop producing handicraft bombs in the Palestinian town of Nablus. According to the Israeli data, there were more than 300 such bombs at the workshop's storehouse.

According to the Palestinian data, two civilians were wounded in Nablus as a result of fire opened by Israeli troops on Sunday.

Last night the Israeli made arrests in the large Arab settlement Abu Dis neighbouring on Jerusalem in the east. They detained 4 Arabs on charges of involvement in terrorist activities.

Two Palestinians were arrested in the Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile the Palestinian national administration flatly denies the removal of Taufic Tirawy from his post as head of the General Palestinian intelligence. The news appeared in the Israeli mass media on Sunday, yet the Palestinians call it misinformation. Tirawy is one of the people close to head of the Palestinian national administration Yasser Arafat. He is wanted by Israeli security services on charges of terrorist activities.