RAMALLAH, (PIC) – The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) launched a large-scale campaign of arrests and raids on the homes of Palestinians in the West Bank and Jerusalem, on Sunday night and at dawn Monday.
In Ramallah, dozens of IOF soldiers raided the towns of al-Mughayyir, Kafr Ni’ma and the Jalazon refugee camp and arrested Palestinian citizens.
Clashes erupted in Jalazon refugee camp and IOF fired tear gas canisters and sound bombs towards the homes of residents.
Kafr Ni’ma town, west of Ramallah, witnessed an incursion and violent confrontations broke out between the Palestinian youths and the IOF soldiers, who fired rubber bullets, tear gas and sound bombs.
IOF arrested Muhammad Omar Khwirah, Rasim Shtayyeh and Ali Taha after raiding and searching their homes and tampering with their contents. Saleh Ataya was also arrested and his private vehicle was confiscated.
In Nablus, IOF arrested Jaafar Haddadah from his home on Baker street in the city and arrested Iyad Mansour from his house on Ibn Rushd street in the northern mountainous region of the city.
IOF also broke into the western areas of Nablus city. Hisham Hamed Awada was arrested after raiding and searching his home in the new Askar refugee camp, east of Nablus.
In al-Khalil, a large force of the occupation army raided the Asida area in Beit Ummar, stormed a house, searched it and broke its main door, then arrested its owner Ibrahim Muhammad Abu Ayyash.
IOF arrested Muhammad al-Balouti al-Musalmah after storming his house in Wadi al-Simiya, west of Dura town, south of al-Khalil.
IOF arrested the released prisoner, Abdul-Mahdi al-Zuhur, and Sabri al-Zuhur, from Beit Kahil town, west of al-Khalil. On Sunday night, IOF arrested Rami Jaradat after storming and searching his house in Sa’ir town, east of al-Khalil.
In Qalqilya, violent clashes erupted between Palestinians and the IOF soldiers in Kafr Qaddum village, east of Qalqilya. The IOF soldiers fired at the Palestinian youths.
In occupied Jerusalem, the Israeli police stormed the house of the martyr Misbah Abu Sbeih in Kafr Aqab, north of Jerusalem. The house had been closed for four years by a decision of the occupation authorities after the martyrdom of Abu Sobeih.
The Israeli police also arrested Muhammad Najib while he was heading to work. Najib is a resident of the Old City of Occupied Jerusalem.
(Source / 23.11.2020)