HEBRON, March 26, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli forces Thursday detained five Palestinians and summoned six others from several West Bank districts, according to local and security sources.
Israeli soldiers stormed al-‘Arroub refugee camp to the north of Hebron, where they detained two Palestinian minors after breaking into their families’ homes. The detainees were identified as 15-year-old Omar and 14-year-old Hakam al-sharif.
Israeli soldiers also stormed Beit ‘Awwa, a town to the south of the city, where they detained three Palestinians after breaking into and ransacking their homes. The detainees were identified as Nabil, Loai, 20, and Fadi, 26, noting that Nabil is an ex-detainee.
Meanwhile in Bethlehem district, forces raided Ad-Duheisha refugee camp to the southwest of the city, where they summoned two Palestinians.
Rafat Abu Aker, 47, and Khaled Khallawi, 32, both ex-detainees, were handed notified to appear before Israeli intelligence. Meanwhile in Jenin, Israeli soldiers raided al-Yamoun town, where they summoned four Palestinians after breaking into their homes.
Hani and Obaida Abu al-Hasan as well as Muhammad Fraihat and Ra’fat Khamaysa were handed notices summoning them to turn themselves to Israeli intelligence.
A local coffee shop belonging to Rabah Abu al-Hasan was also stormed during the raid.
Israeli troops also raided Ya‘bad town, where they broke into a house and interrogated its owner. The owner was identified as Muhammad Badarna.