Occupation forces arrest 10 citizens including children in the West Bank

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

The Israeli occupation forces have continued the raids and searches of various Palestinian areas in the West Bank, where the Israeli forces have arrested ten Palestinian citizens including children, according to local sources.

In Ramallah, the occupation forces arrested the two young men, Wajdi Shuja Saqer, 33, and Saoud Muhammad Arar, 30, after they raided and searched their homes, in the village of Qarawat Bani Zaid, north of the city.

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In Salfit, the occupation forces arrested the two young men Ahmed Abdel Aziz Al-Asaad (23 years), Hamza Marwan Bouzia (28 years), and the boy Muhammad Al-Qaq (17 years), after they raided the homes of their families in the village of Kafel Haris, and searched them.

In Bethlehem, they arrested the freed prisoner, Mahmoud Muhammad Salah (28 years), after they raided and searched his family's house in the Bakoush district, west of the town of Al-Khader, south of the city.

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In Jenin, the occupation forces arrested the young man, Ahmed Luay Farid Manasrah (19 years), after they raided his family's house in the town of Qabatiya to the south. They also raided the homes of the citizens, Amir Ayman Abu al-Rub and Ahmad Bassam Naji Abu al-Rub, and tampered with their contents.

In occupied Jerusalem, the occupation forces arrested three children from the town of Al-Issawiya, after they raided and searched the homes of their families, and the children were: Abdullah Amjad Obaid (13 years), Muhammad Mahran Derbas (14 years), and Ali Sufyan Ubaid (17 years).


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