Israel raids houses in West Bank, arrests 15 Palestinians

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

The Israeli occupation authorities continued their raids and arrests in various areas of the West Bank at dawn on Tuesday.

Local sources said that the Israeli occupation forces detained 15 Palestinians from the occupied West Bank.

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They arrested three Palestinian ex-prisoners in the town of Jaba, south of Jenin who identified as Murad Malaisheh, Muhammad Alawneh, and Murad Fashafsha, after raiding their homes and tampering with their contents.

Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation soldiers abused the ex-prisoner Lotfi Malaish, and severely beat him, and detained him for hours.

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The Israeli occupation forces also raided the house of Saeed Abu Ali in the city of Jericho, and arrested Shadi Abdel Raouf Sbehat from the village of Mana, west of Jenin.

The Israeli occupation forces arrested the two Palestinian ex-prisoner Ibrahim Da'dou '(21 years), and Mahmoud Issa (21 years), after they raided the homes of their relatives and searched them in the town of Al Khader, in Bethlehem.

From Ramallah, three citizens were arrested who identified as Majd Jarrar from the city of Al-Bireh, Saad Zalloum from Ain Misbah neighborhood in Ramallah, and Muhammad Suleiman Kanaan from the town of Birzeit, after raiding their homes and tampering with their contents.

From Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Ali Dofesh after searching his house and tampering with its contents in the Ain Sarah neighborhood.

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