Days of Palestine – Jerusalem – The Israeli occupation forces launched a raid, search and arrest campaign against Palestinians last night and at dawn today, Thursday, in separate areas in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem.
In Bethlehem, the Israeli occupation forces arrested, at dawn today, a boy and two young men, one of them was an ex-prisoner.
According to local sources, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the ex-prisoner and activist Ahmed Salah (46 years), and the son of his sister Ahmed Salah (20 years) from the town of Al Khader in the south, and Tamer Hamamra (16 years) from the village of Husan in the west, after raiding and searched the homes of their relatives
In Nablus, the Israeli occupation forces arrested three civilians from the governorate at dawn today.
Local sources reported that Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Sebastia, northwest of the city, raided a number of homes, and arrested three citizens who identified as Mufid Shihab (28 years), Khaled Azim (21 years), and Shahir Kayed (18 years).
In Jenin, the Israeli occupation forces raided, at dawn today, a house in the town of Al-Yamoun, west of the governorate, and seized an electrical generator.
In the same context, the Israeli occupation forces stormed at dawn today the city and camp of Jenin and arrested two freed prisoners.
The director of the prisoner club in Jenin, Montaser Samour, stated that the Israeli occupation forces had arrested the two ex-captives, Majdi Abu Al-Wafa, and Ashraf Hawel, from Jenin camp, during the storming and raiding of their homes.
According to local sources, the occupation forces stormed the city raided several neighborhoods, fired sound bombs in provocative steps, and intensified their military presence, and set up checkpoints in the vicinity of the governorate.
In the capital, Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces launched, at dawn today, a campaign of raids and arrests in the town of Al-Issawiya.
Among those arrested were Mutassim Hamza Ubaid, Muhammad Marwan Ubaid, Yazan Bassam Ubaid, Ruhi Yasser Al-Jarir, and Muhammad Hamza Ubaid.
(Source / 04.03.2021)