Days of Palestine - Ramallah
The Israeli occupation forces launched, at dawn today, Tuesday, a campaign of arrests in the cities of the occupied West Bank, affecting 13 Palestinians, including a deputy in the Legislative Council, a leader, and released prisoners.
The Prisoners' Information Office said, in a statement, that the Israeli occupation forces raided the city of Nablus and arrested Yasser Mansour, the leader of the Hamas movement, the editor, Adnan Asfour."
In the city of Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces launched a campaign of arrests in the town of Silwad, which affected 13 young men, some of whom were later released, and the others were kept, and they identified as Muhannad al-Tawil, Muhammad Faris, Muhammad Hamed, Abdullah Hamid, Abdel-Rahman Hamed, Ahmed Eitad, and Tariq Hamed.
In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young man, Raafat Abu Shakra, and Imad Yasser Al-Jabari and his son Muhammad, from Hebron after storming their home, while the young Fadi Jabara was arrested from the town of Beit Furik, east of Nablus.
The Israeli occupation forces also searched the homes of Rami Ahmed Abu Zneid, Wael Abdel Aziz Abu Zneid, in the town of Dura, south of Hebron, and Sami Issa Shatat, and Hatem Mahmoud Makhamrah, in the village of Carmel, east of Yatta, south of Hebron.
From Jenin, the Israeli occupation forces arrested a citizen and raided the house of the mayor of Barta'a, southwest of Jenin, located behind the wall of "annexation and racial expansion."