Israeli forces arrest nine Palestinians from Hebron

Days of Palestine - Hebron

Today, Tuesday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested nine citizens from the Hebron governorate.

Local sources said that the Israeli occupation forces arrested six Palestinian civilians after searching their homes in Dura, Deir Samet, and villages of Christa, Beit al-Rush al-Fawqa, and Deir al-Asal, southwest of Hebron.

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In Sa'ir, northeast of Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the ex-prisoner Khalil Abdel Karim Ibrahim Al-Farroukh (36 years) and Hamada Anan Jaradat's young man.

From Hebron, they arrested the young Hijazi Ali Al-Jada Al-Qawasmeh (37 years), a father of four children, the eldest of whom is 11-year-old Ahmed, who has cancer. In conjunction with his arrest, the occupation forces raided his store in Al-Ezariya, southeast of Jerusalem, and wreaked havoc on its contents.

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Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces set up military checkpoints in several neighborhoods in Hebron and at the entrances to Sa'ir and Halhul and worked to stop and search vehicles and check citizens' ID cards obstructed their passage.


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