Israeli forces arrests young man from Jerusalem and two brothers from Jordan Valley

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

The Israeli occupation forces today, Monday, arrested a young man from the town of Issawiya in occupied Jerusalem, and two brothers from the town of Tamoun, while they were in the village of Marj Naajah in the Central Jordan Valley in Jericho.

Local sources said that the Israeli occupation forces arrested the young Abdullah Mustafa after storming his family's home in the town of Issawiya, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.

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In the Jordan Valley, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Aref Khader Basharat, 46, and Anis, 48, from Tubas, while they were visiting their mother, who lives in the village of Marj Na'jah.

Marj Na'jah is one of the Palestinian villages under threat if the occupation authorities implement their threats to annex the Jordan Valley and settlements.

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Separate areas of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem witness daily night incursions, interspersed with raids and searches of homes, vandalizing their contents, and terrorizing their residents, especially women and children.

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