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Israeli Occupation Detains 13 Palestinians In West Bank, Youth In Jerusalem

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RAMALLAH, May 14, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli forces detained overnight 13 Palestinians, including three between the ages of 16 and 19, from various West Bank districts, in addition to a youth in Jerusalem, said Palestine Prisoner’s Club (PPC).

PPC said that Israeli forces raided Nablus city, where they proceeded to detain three Palestinians after breaking into and ransacking their homes.

The detainees were identified as Jehad ‘Akkah, Ahmad al-Faqih and Naser al-Khatib.

Forces also stormed the Tubas village of Wadi al-Far‘ah and detained three Palestinians after breaking into their homes.

They were identified as Bashar Barahma, Fares Salahat and Muhammad Janajra.

Meanwhile in Bethlehem district, forces stormed al-Khader town to the south of the city, where they detained two Palestinians identified as Tareq Jahalin, 19, and Zeyad ‘Issa, 16.

Forces further summoned Fadi Adawin, 32, from al-Izza refugee camp to the south of Bethlehem to appear for interrogation before the Israeli intelligence at Gush Etzion settlement bloc.

In the meantime in Hebron district, forces detained two Palestinians, including one from Deir Samet town.

One of the two detainees was identified as Muhammad Abu Hamad, 18.

In Ramallah district, forces raided Beitello village, where they detained three Palestinians after storming their homes.

The detainees were identified as Wasfi Bazzar, Basil Darwish, and Mahdi Rayyan.

Meanwhile, Israeli police arrested a Palestinian youth near one of al-Aqsa mosque’s gates. He was led to a police station in Jerusalem.


Author: OccPalGaza

Blogging from Gaza-current events, news and actions against the Occupation.

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