Israeli forces arrest 3 leaders of Hamas in Hebron

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The Israeli occupation forces arrested, on Friday dawn, three leaders of the Hamas movement, after raiding their homes in Hebron, in the south of the occupied West Bank.

Local sources said that the Israeli occupation forces arrested the former Minister of Local Government, Eng. Issa Al-Jabari, Representative Sheikh Hatem Qafisha, and the ex-prisoner Sheikh Mazen Al-Natsheh after raiding their homes in Hebron.

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The three detainees had previously been arrested by the Zionist occupation forces several times.

Since the announcement of the Palestinian elections, the Israeli occupation forces have stepped up arrest campaigns among Hamas leaders, summoning many prominent figures, and threatening them if they participate in the electoral process.

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In Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces attacked Uday Al-Aouri, who was transferred to a hospital after this attack.

The forces arrested his two brothers, Wissam and Besan Al-Aouri, after storming their home in Wadi Al-Joz in Jerusalem.


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