Israeli occupation forces detain 25 Palestinians from the occupied territories

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Israeli occupation forces today detained 25 Palestinians after a wide-scale raid and detention operations in several areas in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

In Bethlehem, the occupation forces arrested five citizens from the town of Tuqu ', east of Bethlehem: Bashar Hatem Taamrah (16 years), Ahmed Suleiman Abu Mufreh (17 years), Ahmad Oudeh Al-Amor (29 years), Awad Allah Adel Al-Amor (19) Uday Muhammad Al-Amor (22).

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In Nablus, five citizens were arrested: Azzam Imad Jawabreh from the northern town of Asira, Nasser Ahmad Al-Shaer (19 years), Nasrallah Ahmad Al-Shaer (19 years), Asim Abdel-Majid Dababsa (20 years), and Malik Medhat Kayed (20 years) From Sebastia.

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In Jerusalem, the occupation forces arrested five citizens from the town of Hizma: Ahmed Ali Al-Khatib (34 years), Odeh Ahmed Askar (25 years), Bashar Askar Al-Khatib (25 years), and the two brothers Qusay (19 years), and Fadi Hamed Amer Al-Khatib (16 years old).


In Tulkarm, four citizens were arrested: Ayman Khaled Abid (23 years), Wassim Maher Asad (20 years), Youssef Muhanna (24 years), from the Shweika suburb north of Tulkarm, and Moamen Mallah from Medina.


In Hebron, the occupation forces arrested four citizens: Muhammad Bassam Ghattasha (22 years), Ibrahim Mustafa Abu Awad (20 years) from al-Fawwar camp, Izzat Ahmad Awad (26 years), and Ibrahim Hussein Abu Ayyash (20 years) from the town of Beit Command.


In Salfit, the lawyer Hussam Al-Deek (33 years old) was arrested, and in Jenin, Muhammad Qasim Saba'na (27 years) from the town of Qabatiya, south of the city, was arrested.



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