Israeli occupation forces raided, last night and Thursday dawn, Ramallah, Hebron, Bethlehem, Qalqilya, and Jerusalem, and arrested 13 citizens, including a wounded boy.
Security sources reported that the occupation forces arrested Amer Izz al-Din from the town of Qarawat Bani Zaid northwest of Ramallah, and Najib Mafarjah from the town of Beit Liqia southwest of Ramallah, after they raided their homes.
In Hebron, the forces arrested Iyad Mahmoud Abu Hashhash from Al-Fawwar camp in the south, and raided several homes in Al-Fawwar camp and the town of Yatta, whose owners were known: Muhammad Abu Hashhash, Ahmad Makhamrah, and Yunus Zain, and searched them and tampered with their contents.
In the same context, the occupation forces closed the military roadblock at the entrance to Al-Shuhada Street in the center of Hebron, and prevented the movement of citizens through it.
In Bethlehem, the occupation forces arrested the two boys, Omar Khaled Abu Ammar (17 years), from the Al-Abayat area, and the wounded boy, Naim Musa Abu Aahour, from Mount Handaza, after they raided their families’ homes and searched them.
It is noteworthy that Abu Aahour, a week ago, was shot in the foot by a bullet in the foot, fired by the occupation soldiers, while he was in the vicinity of the Bilal Ibn Rabah Mosque at the northern entrance to Bethlehem.
In addition to four brothers from the town of Battir, they are: Muhammad, Munir, Mahmoud and Amer Qatoush.
In Jerusalem, the forces arrested both: Musab Khalil Shamasneh (25 years old), Ayoub Muhammad Khadour (28 years old), and Khaled Yahya Ayyash (25 years old).
And in Qalqilya, the occupation forces occupied Karam Shobaki (23 years).
(Source / 28.08.2020)