The occupation arrests two Palestinians from Hebron

Days of Palestine - Hebron

The Israeli occupation forces on Monday arrested two Palestinian citizens from Hebron, in the southern West Bank.

Local sources reported that the occupation forces arrested a young man from Hebron, Abdul Halim Sharif Muhammad Abdel Halim Al-Owewi (20 years), after storming his house in the Ain Sarah neighborhood, seizing his family’s cell phones, and tampering with the contents of their home.

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It added that the occupation forces stormed the Naqah Noah neighborhood in the town of Dura, south of Hebron, and arrested Luay Munjid Qazzaz, 25, after searching his house and vandalizing its contents.

In the same context, the occupation forces set up several military checkpoints at the northern and southern entrances to the city of Hebron, and at the entrances to the towns of Sa'ir and Halhul, and stopped citizens' vehicles, searched them, and checked the cards of their passengers, obstructing their movement.

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