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Tel Aviv terrorist suspect says he changed his mind

by Tess Cutler

August 4, 2014 | 3:02 pm

An anonymous terrorist suspect called Tel Aviv police forces on Monday, August 4, and said he was fully equipped with explosives, prepared to detonate a bomb, but experienced a last-minute change of heart. Following two terrorist attacks in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv was already in high-alert. The suspect explained, in Arabic, that he was from Hebron and currently in Tel Aviv, but unaware of his exact coordinates (apparently he was lost), right before being disconnected. A supposed recording of the phone call was uploaded onto social media; its authenticity hasn't been confirmed.

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