Israel arrested nine Palestinian citizens of the West Bank

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The Israeli occupation forces on Sunday arrested nine citizens of the West Bank, according to local sources.

In Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces arrested three citizens: Ahmed Abd Al-Hamid Al-Fakhoury from the city of Hebron while passing through a military checkpoint near the Nablus governorate, Qusay Barakat, from the town of Tafouh, and Laith Sharif Rajoub from the village of Al-Kom.

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In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested three citizens from the two camps of Jalazoun and Qadoura. They are Nadi Shawamrah (27 years), Hamada Nakhla (28 years), and Mustafa Nakhleh, from Jalazoun camp.

In Tulkarm, the occupation forces arrested three young men, one of them while working in the lands of 1948.

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The office of the prisoner club in Tulkarm stated that the Israeli occupation forces arrested the 26-year-old man, Nael Khalil Tulama, after raiding his workplace in the lands of the year 48, and he was a resident of Nour Shams camp east of Tulkarm.

Israeli forces also arrested the two young men, Muhammad Fateh Badran and Walid Salah Badran, both of whom are 18 years old, after they raided their families' homes and searched them in the town of Deir al-Ghusoun to the north.


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