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Jerusalem: Israeli occupation forces detain four Palestinians, violently beat two of them

Occupied Jerusalem (The Inside Palestine)- Israeli occupation forces arrested on Monday morning four Palestinian youths, after violently beating two of them, in the occupied city of Jerusalem.

Local sources said an Israeli special forces unit stormed the village of Qatanna, to the northwest of occupied Jerusalem, and arrested two Palestinian youths after brutally attacking their vehicle, assaulting and beating them as traces of blood could be seen on the vehicle which has also been damaged.

One of the two youths has been identified as Jasem Al-Haj while the other has not been identified, yes.

Another Palestinian youth was also arrested from the same village after violently raiding his house, searching it and turning it upside-down.

In Beit Anan town, northwest of Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the house of Ahmed Bakr Rabie and gave his family a written summons to review Israeli intelligence at Beit Iksa checkpoint today. The forces searched his family house and turned it upside-down.

Photo of Jerusalemite Ahmed Bakr Rabie and the written summons to review Israeli intelligence.

The Israeli forces also arrested the young man, Muhammad Abd al-Salam Rabei, after storming his house at dawn in the Beit Anan town.

Photo of Jerusalemite Muhammad Abd al-Salam Rabei who was arrested by Israeli forces after storming his house in Beit Anan town.

On Sunday morning and Saturday night, 13 Palestinians were arrested by the Israeli occupation forces in a large-scale military campaign in the occupied city of Jerusalem and its outskirts.

Israeli occupation forces frequently raid Palestinian houses almost on a daily basis across the West Bank and Jerusalem on the pretext of searching for “wanted” Palestinians.

In the year of 2021, Israel’ arrested nearly 8000 Palestinians, including 1300 minors, all under the age of 18, and 184 women.

There are now 4600 Palestinians held in Israeli occupation jails, including 34 women, 160 minors, and 500 administrative detainees held without charge or trial.

 

Source: Quds News Network

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