Israeli forces, on Friday, detained four Palestinians, including a Fatah activist, from Jerusalem and Tubas districts, Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.
The sources confirmed that Israeli soldiers detained a Fatah activist, identified as, Sami Abu Ghalieh, after ransacking his home in al-Eizariya town, southeast of occupied Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, Israeli forces detained three Palestinians from Tubas city, northern West bank, after invading their homes.
On Thursday, the Israeli army detained ten Palestinians from the West Bank, including the Secretary of the Fatah Movement, and a former deputy in the Legislative Council.
The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) confirmed that four civilians were detained by Israeli soldiers, from Hebron, in the southern occupied West Bank, identified as, Nizar Ramadan, a former prisoner and the former deputy in the Legislative Council, as well as his son, Ahmed.
In addition, two more former prisoners, Alaa Abdel-Ghani Mujahid, and Issa Khairy Al-Jabari, were detained, the latter subsequently being released.
Secretary-General of the Fatah movement, Adham al-Hindi, was detained by the Israeli military, after ransacking his home in the Shu’fat refugee camp on the outskirts of occupied Jerusalem.
From Bethlehem, in southern West Bank, Israeli soldiers detained, Ahmed Burhan Daraghmeh, 19, Omar Yousef Manna, 21.
Southwest of Jericho, the Israeli forces detained two teens from the Aqabat Jabr refugee camp, identified as, Muhammad Talib Yaghi, 17, as well as Abdullah Mahmoud Yaghi, 19.
From al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah, in the central West Bank, Israeli troops took Mahmoud al-Ghaliz, 18, into custody.
Important to note that a group of undercover Israeli agents, disguised as Arabs, on Wednesday evening, abducted Izz al-Din Abu Subaih, in the town of Al-Ram, northeast of Jerusalem, when he was standing outside his store.
(Source / 25.07.2020)