The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested Thursday afternoon five Palestinians from Jerusalem and West Bank. A woman and students were among the detainees.
Israeli police said in a statement issued Thursday that Israeli border forces arrested a young man from Shufat refugee camp, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.
The young man was detained after Israeli forces stopped and searched his car at a military checkpoint.
A bullet-proof vest, a flashlight, a baton, and a tear gas bomb were allegedly found in his car, according to police statement.
Meanwhile, Israeli police stormed a secondary school in Jabal Mukabir town, southeast of Occupied Jerusalem, before arresting a student from Dar al-Aytam (Orphanage) School in the Old City.
Along the same line, a Jerusalemite woman was arrested in the Old City and taken for investigation in a nearby police station for unknown reasons.
Two other students were arrested as clashes broke out south of Nablus. Several injuries were reported during the clashes.
The clashes broke out when Israeli forces heavily fired teargas bombs at Palestinian students while leaving their school.
A 15-year-old girl was hit with a sound bomb in her head during the confrontation, while dozens others suffered teargas inhalation cases.
The PA Ministry for Education strongly condemned the Israeli systematic attacks against Palestinian schools in occupied Jerusalem and West Bank, calling for protection the education process in Palestine.
(Source / 03.11.2016)