Journalist, minors among 10 Palestinians detained by Israel in the occupied West Bank

Days of Palestine - Hebron

Israeli occupation forces today detained 10 Palestinians, including a journalist and three minors, from various parts of the occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS).

It said the Israeli forces rounded up three school students, two aged 16 and the third aged 17 years, from al-Arroub refugee camp in the south of the West Bank, and detained another Palestinian man after ransacking his house in Hebron city.

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In the north of the West Bank, Israeli soldiers raided the home of 38-year-old journalist and producer Abdel-Rahman Daher in Nablus and detained him, said PPS. Soldiers also detained another Palestinian in the city in a separate raid.

In Jenin district, it added, soldiers raided al-Judeida village, south of the city, and detained one person. Another was detained from Nur Shams refugee camp, east of Tulkarm city.

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In Ramallah district, Israeli military stormed Kobar village, northwest of the city, where soldiers detained one person.

Soldiers also raided Jalazone refugee camp, north of Ramallah, and detained one person, said PPS.


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