Arrests reported in IOF dawn campaigns in West Bank

Dawn arrests WB

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Wednesday launched raid and arrest campaigns into different areas in the West Bank.

The PIC reporter said that the IOF at daybreak stormed Nablus city and erected a number of temporary checkpoints.

Eyewitnesses reported that the IOF raided the houses of the Palestinian journalists Amid Dweikat and Naser Ishtiya in Rujeib and Salem towns east of Nablus and wreaked havoc on them.

Another campaign was witnessed in Asira ash-Shamaliya town north of Nablus. The IOF arrested Mohammed Hamadneh, a student at al-Najah University, after raiding his family house and searching it.

Large-scale sweeps were launched in Jenin province where three Palestinian citizens, including two ex-prisoners, were arrested.

Local sources told the PIC reporter that dozens of IOF soldiers stormed Silat al-Harithiya town west of Jenin and fired live ammunition and sound bombs at the Palestinian citizens’ houses.

Meanwhile in Bethlehem, the IOF raided and searched the houses of the members of the Palestinian Legislative Council Anwar Zabboun and Khalid Tafesh and the leader in Hamas movement Ghassan Hirmas.

The PIC reporter said that the IOF confiscated a sum of money from the house of MP Tafesh after searching it.

He added that the IOF also arrested an ex-prisoner named Ibrahim al-Zier during a raid into Harmala village east of Bethlehem.

(Source / 14.03.2018)

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