Days of Palestine - Ramallah
Israeli occupation forces today, Monday launched a massive campaign of arrests of more than 20 citizens from the cities of the West Bank and Jerusalem, including many of the ex-prisoners.
In the city of Tulkarm, the Israeli occupation forces arrested four citizens after raiding several areas.
According to local sources, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Fares Samer Fattouh, Ahmed Essam Ataiwi from the city of Tulkarm, Raed Adel Hammad from the town of Anabta, east of the governorate, and Fouad Al-Qab from the town of Deir Al-Ghusoun after raiding and searching their homes.
From the town of Madama, south of Nablus, the citizen Muhammad al-Hussein and the young man Muhammad al-Qat were arrested, knowing that he was an ex-prisoner, while the young Amin al-Ashab Zakarneh from Jenin was arrested.
The Israeli occupation forces also arrested Ahmed Ataiwi, Faris Fattouh, Raed Adel Hammad, from Tulkarm, in addition to Ahed Riad Al-Tirawi, and Muhammad Al-Shahpour from Ramallah.
In Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces arrested several citizens, who identified as Muhannad Alqam, Majdi Awad, Thaer Abu Ramez, Issa Al-Hammour, Fadi Al-Hammour, Issa Khalid Al-Hammour, and Yahya Al-Hamour, who was released two weeks ago.
Israeli force also stormed the Umm Al-Sharayet neighborhood in Ramallah, along with other neighborhoods in the governorate, before arresting the citizens, Ahed Al-Tirawi and Muhammad Al-Shabour.
From the city of Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young Yusef al-Rajabi from Batn al-Hawa neighborhood in the Silwan neighborhood, after an intelligence force stormed several homes, and summoned others for investigation.
Last night, a force from the Arabist's unit, with the support of special forces, stormed the Shuafat camp, and pursued 3 young men and arrested them, and during that, they severely beat them who identified as the boy, Muhammad Abdel-Haq, Mahmoud Hamdan, and the young man Wael Arar.
The occupied West Bank and Jerusalem witness daily night incursions, interspersed with raids and searches of homes, vandalizing their contents, and terrorizing their residents, especially women and children.