Police conducted a raid in Azaria, located to the east of Jerusalem, and detained two suspects.

The operation led to the seizure of several weapons, including an M-16 automatic rifle, a Glock pistol, four airsoft pistols, and various ammunition. Additionally, items such as an IDF uniform and body armor were discovered during the search.

The operation involved Jerusalem police officers alongside special forces operatives, known for their "pseudo-Arab" disguises, and a service dog named Thomas who played a crucial role in apprehending the suspects.

The individuals taken into custody are 44 and 32 years old, identified by Palestinian sources as Murad Judy Karut Idkidik and Mustafa Abd Karut Idkidik, who are brothers.