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IOF detain 20 Palestinians from West Bank

West Bank(The inside Palestine)- The Israeli occupation forces arrested, last night, and today, Monday, 20 citizens from different parts of the West Bank.

In Jerusalem, undercover Israeli forces, known as Mista’arvim, sneaked their way into Shufat refugee camp, where they chased, assaulted, and eventually detained three Palestinians, including a teen.

The occupation forces also arrested the young Youssef Al-Rajabi from Batn Al-Hawa neighborhood in Silwan.

In Hebron, the occupation forces raided the area of ​​Raqaa in the town of Yatta in the south, and arrested: The freed prisoner Yahya Saleh Al-Amor (33 years), Issa Khalid Al-Amor (25 years), Qusay Khaled Al-Amor (27 years), and Isa Muhammad Lamor (30 years) And Fadi Munther Al-Amor (28 years), after searching their homes and tampering with their contents.

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The occupation forces arrested the freed prisoner Majdi Murshid Zaqeq (17 years), and university student Muhannad Yusef Alqam (24 years), after searching the homes of their relatives in the Asida area in the town of Beit Ummar, to the north.

In Jenin, the occupation forces arrested the freed prisoner, Amin Zakarneh, while he was passing through a “Dotan” military checkpoint near the town of Ya’bad.

The occupation forces also arrested: Faris Samer Fattouh, Ahmed Essam Ataiwi from the city of Tulkarm, Raed Adel Hammad from the town of Anabta, east of the governorate, and Fuad al-Qab from the town of Deir al-Ghusun to the north, after raiding and searching their homes.

In Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested two young men, Ahed Riyadh Al-Tirawi, from Jalazoun camp, and Muhammad Al-Shahbour from Birzeit town, after they raided and searched their families’ homes.

In Nablus, the occupation forces arrested the liberated prisoner, Muhammad Zahir Hussein Qat (36 years), after they raided his home in the village of Madama to the south.

Israeli forces frequently raid Palestinian houses almost on a daily basis across the West Bank

Source: Days of Palestine

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