IOF wounds youth, interrogates Hamas MP in WB sweep

RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed various areas in north and central West Bank at dawn Monday and broke into civilian homes and searched them.

The Hebrew radio said that IOF soldiers rounded up more than ten Palestinians in the West Bank at the pretext they were wanted for interrogation.

Hamas MP Fatehi Qarawi relatives told Quds Press that IOF soldiers broke into the lawmaker’s home in Nur shams refugee camp in Tulkarem and interrogated him and his liberated son Hazem before dawn Monday and left without arresting anyone.

Meanwhile, a young man in Juba village, south of Jenin, was wounded in his leg after IOF soldiers fired metal and rubber bullets and teargas canisters at demonstrators who were protesting the storming of their village, eyewitnesses said, adding that other people were treated for gas inhalation.

They said that the soldiers broke into the homes of eight citizens and subjected them to field interrogation.

Other confrontations were reported in Seelat Al-Harithiya village and in Jenin refugee camp in which IOF soldiers used live bullets and teargas bombs but no arrests were reported.

(Facebook / 19.08.2013)

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