University professor among 17 Palestinians detained by Israel in occupied territories

Days of Palestine – Ramallah – Israeli occupation forces on Monday arrested at least 17 Palestinians, including a university professor, from various parts of the occupied territories, according to various sources.

In the southern West Bank, sources confirmed a raid in the city of Hebron, which resulted in the arrest of a professor at the University of Hebron identified as Huthayfa Jabari, 31.

In Central West Bank, Ni’lin town mayor Imad Khawaja said a large Israeli military force carried out a large-scale detention campaign in the town, west of Ramallah, around 4 in the morning, resulting in the detention of five Palestinian residents, including two former prisoners.

While in town, soldiers surrounded several houses. When the families were slow to open them, the soldiers slammed the doors, smashed them down, entered, questioned the residents, searched them thoroughly, and ransacked them.

The soldiers detained dozens of the city’s youths, interrogated them, and threatened to arrest them if they continued to resist the construction of Israeli settlements that were invading the city’s lands.

The young people took part in nightly demonstrations, dubbed Night Confusion, which lasts until dawn, in which they use various means, such as igniting rubber tires, to disturb the settlers and confuse the city. the Israeli army. In the clashes that followed, dozens suffered suffocation from inhaling tear gas.

The city has experienced great tensions in recent months following the leveling of around 300 dunums of village land on the site of Mount alAlem (Jabal alAlem) for the construction of a new colonial outpost.

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Also in the Ramallah district, Israeli forces rounded up four other people, including a father and two sons, from the Jalazone refugee camp north of the city of Ramallah.

In the district of Nablus, Israeli military vehicles stormed the Balata refugee camp, east of the city of Nablus, where soldiers ransacked several houses and arrested two residents.

In East Jerusalem, Israeli police arrested another after he broke into his family’s home and questioned him in the Ras al Amoud neighborhood. They also arrested a resident of the alTur neighborhood while in West Jerusalem and another person from the Isawiyya neighborhood in East Jerusalem.

In the southern West Bank, Israeli forces attacked the city of Doha, west of Bethlehem, resulting in the arrest of one person. They also carried out a similar raid in the Dheisheh refugee camp, south of the city of Bethlehem, with the arrest of a former prisoner.

(Source / 01.11.2021)

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