Israeli forces ransack Islamic charity in Hebron during arrest raids


Israeli forces raided the Hebron district overnight Sunday, detaining at least five Palestinians and ransacking an Islamic charity in the village of Beit Ula.
Locals told that Israeli soldiers raided the Islamic Charitable Association in Beit Ula, northwest of Hebron, and seized several files and computers from the main office.
Israeli forces also detained Amir Shafiq al-Ewiwi, 31, Hussam Fakhri al-Hashlmoun, Hamza Abdul-Halim Abdul-Majeed, 22, and Hussam Shahir Ahmad al-Natsha.
Another man, Muhammad Rajeh Abu Naos, was arrested in Yatta.
Israeli forces raided several homes across the Hebron district, including the property of a Palestinian prisoner, Hatem al-Jamal, and his brothers Yasser and Khamis al-Jamas.
In Sair, Israeli soldiers raided the home of Raed Jaradat and Azzam Ezzat Shalaldah, 20, who was kidnapped from the al-Ahli hospital in Hebron last week.
An Israeli army spokesperson told that 14 Palestinians were detained overnight, including two in Hebron, three in Jenin, three in Nablus, and five in Ramallah.

(Source / 16.11.2015)

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