WEST BANK, April 20, 2015 (WAFA) – At least 15 Palestinians, including minors, were Monday arrested by the Israeli military and police, mostly during predawn and night raids in the West Bank districts of Bethlehem and Hebron and in East Jerusalem, according to local and security sources.
Army stormed the village of Beit Fajjar, south of Bethlehem at dawn and arrested four Palestinians after raiding and searching their homes. They were identified as Ibrahim Takatka, 25, Eid Takatka, 27, Hussam Takatka, 36, and Shawki Takatka, 40.
Forces also broke into the nearby village of Hosan and arrested four minors, who were identified as Mosab Shaer, 13, Amir Zaoul, 15, Abdullah Shousha, 15, and Abdul-Aziz Hamamreh, 15.
Meanwhile, the army raided a commercial company in the city’s midtown, tampering with its contents. No arrests were reported.
Forces further stormed several neighborhoods in the Hebron area, where they arrested three Palestinians after severally beating them up. They were identified as Yazan Abu Sneneh, 22, Ashraf Fakhouri and Saharaf Fakhouri.
In East Jerusalem, Israeli police arrested four Palestinians in the neighborhood of Silwan after breaking into their homes and sabotaging its furniture. The four, identified as Mohammad Kastiro, 19, Mohammad Nasser Abbasi, 20, Mohammad Ahmad Abbasi, 17, and Bahaa Abbasi, 19, were led to the Russian Compound detention center in the city.
In the meantime, Israeli army broke into the village of Faqu’a, east of Jenin, and raided three homes and questioned their residents, however, no arrests were made.