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Israel Occupation Forces Arrests Seven Palestinians in West Bank

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RAMALLAH, May 10, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli army Sunday arrested at least seven Palestinians during predawn raids across the West Bank, according to local and security source.

In Ramallah district, the army broke into Turmus Aya, north of the city, and arrested three Palestinians from nearby Silwad. They were identified as Malek Ziad, Tamer Murshed and Abdullah Basha.

Army also stormed the nearby village of Silwad and handed a local resident a notification to appear before the Israeli intelligence for interrogation.


Meanwhile, army broke into Hebron and arrested two local residents, who were identified as Ahmad Junaidi and Nasser-Eddine Shabaneh.


In the meantime, an Israeli army force stormed the village of Taqu, east of Bethlehem, and arrested 23-year-old Sami Sabah, after raiding and searching his house. Army also stormed the nearby village of Doha and notified a local resident to appear for interrogation.

Israeli army further arrested Milad Qabaha, 22, a resident of Tura al-Gharbiya, west of Jenin, while he was on his way to Jericho.

Earlier last night, Israeli settlers from the settlement of Ramat Yishai near Hebron attacked with stones Palestinian homes in the Hebron neighborhood of Tal Remedeh. The settlers were guarded by Israeli army soldiers who did nothing to stop them, according to a local source.

There were no reports of injuries in the attack.




Author: OccPalGaza

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