Palestinian activists, ex-prisoners arrested in West Bank raids

Activists ex prisoners arrested

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Tuesday arrested a number of Palestinians in raid campaigns launched in the West Bank.

Israeli occupation army said in a statement that its forces arrested “wanted” Palestinians involved in attacks against Israeli soldiers and settlers.

Quds Press reporter said that the IOF arrested ex-prisoners Hasan Karaja, Haitham Sayyaj, and Saif al-Edris after raiding their houses in Ramallah.

Another Palestinian youth identified as Mohammed al-Helo was arrested at the entrance to Khan al-Ahmar village near Jerusalem.

The IOF stormed Tuqu’ town, south of Bethlehem, and handed orders to the brothers Nour and Saif al-Amour to appear before the Israeli Intelligence Service for interrogation at Gush Etzion detention center.

Meanwhile in al-Khalil, the IOF broke into the house of Jamal Karama, who is currently held in Israeli jails, seized his vehicle, and summonsed his son for interrogation.

Violent clashes broke out Monday at night between IOF soldiers and Palestinian youths in Qalqilya city.

Eyewitnesses said that many Palestinians suffered breathing difficulties when the IOF heavily fired teargas canisters in the area.

The IOF further erected a checkpoint at the northern entrance to Qalqilya, searched Palestinian vehicles passing in the area, and interrogated their passengers.

(Source / 11.09.2018)

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