Israeli forces arrest 3 Palestinian citizens from the West Bank, including a journalist

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Today, Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested three Palestinians, including a journalist, after they raided and searched their homes and tampered with their contents in separate areas of the occupied West Bank.

In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested, at dawn today, journalist Alaa Al-Rimawi, after storming his home in Al Irsal neighborhood in Al-Bireh.

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According to his family, the Israeli army forces stormed the house and searched it, and confiscated his mobile phone and laptop.

The Israeli force raided the house, arrested Al-Rimawi, and transferred him to an unknown destination, the family confirmed.

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His family stated that Alaa informed them that he had entered a hunger strike from the moment he was arrested.

Al-Rimawi, an ex-prisoner, works as a specialist in Israeli affairs, and as a correspondent for many local and foreign media outlets.

Al-Rimawi spent more than 10 years in the Israeli occupation prisons, a number of them in administrative detention.

In Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces arrested two citizens, in the south of the West Bank.

According to local sources, the occupation forces arrested Muhammad Ali al-Jabour from the town of "Yatta", south of Hebron, and the freed prisoner, Nidal Omran al-Qawasmi, from the city of Hebron, after raiding their homes and tampering with their contents.


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