Israeli forces detain 20 Palestinians from West Bank

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Israeli forces Wednesday carried out large-scale detention raids across the West Bank, detaining 20 Palestinians, according to local and security sources.

In Hebron, the occupation forces arrested four citizens from the town of Beit Ummar, including two freed prisoners.   

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In Jenin, the occupation forces arrested four citizens from the towns of Al-Yamoun.

In Ramallah, the occupation forces arrested eight citizens: Abdullah Muhammad Fuad Samhan, Ahmed Zaghloul Mustafa Samhan, Muayad Faris Mustafa Samhan, Nidal Hassan Mustafa Samhan, Anas Muhammad Yusef Samhan, Mahmoud Khaled Mustafa Samhan, and Muhammad Taha Hassan Abu Fakhida, and The General Director of the Friends of Down Syndrome Foundation, Haider Makho.

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In Tulkarm, the occupation forces arrested the freed prisoner, Rami Abdullah Muhammad Al-Tayyah (44 years), after they raided his house in the southern neighborhood of the city.

In Jerusalem, the occupation forces arrested Jassem Sandoqa, a citizen, after they raided his house in the Ras Khamis neighborhood of Shuafat Camp, east of occupied Jerusalem.

In Tubas, the occupation forces arrested Uday Radwan Mustafa Daraghmeh, 33, at a military checkpoint near the town of Tayasir, east of the city.

Israeli forces frequently raid Palestinian houses almost on a daily basis across the West Bank.


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