Israeli forces launch campaign of arrest in West Bank and Jerusalem

Days of Palestine – Ramallah – Last night and at dawn today, the Israeli occupation forces launched a campaign of arrests in separate areas of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, targeting a number of citizens, including ex-prisoners.

In Bethlehem, the Israeli occupation forces arrested five citizens, including an ex-prisoner, after raiding and searching the homes of their relatives, all of them from the Dheisheh camp in the south.

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Local sources reported that during the storming of the Dheisheh refugee camp, clashes erupted between the youths and the occupation forces, which opened fire, as a result of which a young man was wounded with live bullets in the leg, and his injuries were described as moderate.

In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the freed captive Muhammad Huda Al-Asmar (41 years), after raiding his house and tampering with its contents in the town of Beit Rima, northwest of Ramallah.

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The Israeli occupation forces arrested the ex-prisoner Yousef Odeh, after raiding and searching his house in Deir Ammar village, west of Ramallah.

In Nablus, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young man, Anas Al-Khanfa, from the town of Beit Iba, west of Nablus, while the Israeli occupation forces raided the house of the prisoner, Ahmed Awad, in the city of Nablus at dawn today and destroyed its contents.

In occupied Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young men, Oraib Mohsen Abu Khdeir, Muhammad Walid Abu Khdeir, and Saif Walid Abu Khdeir, after they raided and searched their homes in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Separate areas of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem witness daily incursions by the Israeli occupation forces, including raids and searches of homes, sabotaging their contents, and terrorizing their residents, especially women and children.

(Source / 08.06.2021)

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