Israel arrests 19 Palestinians in West Bank and Jerusalem

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Israeli occupation forces arrested on Wednesday 19 Palestinian citizens after raiding and searching their homes in various areas of the West Bank and Jerusalem.

Israeli occupation forces stated in its media channels that its soldiers had arrested several Palestinians in the West Bank, under the pretext of participating in acts of popular resistance against occupation forces and settlers.

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Israeli occupation forces stormed Bethlehem and arrested four youths while three others were arrested in Jenin. 

From Nablus, Israeli occupation forces arrested Alaa Al-Araj from the Al-Ma'ajin neighborhood, Bara' Dwaikat from Rojib village, and Naseer Abu Thabet from Beit Dajan.

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In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Abd al-Rahman al-Jalisi, Ahmad Rashid from al-Jalazun refugee camp, Jihad Hamayda, Ahmad Sabah from Kafr Ni’ma village and Hamza al-Khatib from Bil’in village.

Obeida Al-Ajlouni was arrested from the southern area of al-Khalil after Israeli occupation forces searched his house and tampered with its contents.

In Occupied Jerusalem, the Israeli police arrested the girl, Rania Hatem, after raiding her home in Al-Tur town and the young man, Musa Kashaam, from the Batn Al-Hawa neighborhood in Silwan.

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