13 Palestinians arrested in Israeli pre-dawn raids
The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Monday 13 Palestinians during a large-scale raid and search campaign throughout Jerusalem and West Bank.
Israeli military sources claimed that eight “wanted” Palestinians were arrested early today for being allegedly involved in anti-occupation attacks.
Three arrests were carried out in Qabatia town near Jenin, while a young man was arrested in Beit Fujar town, south of Bethlehem. Four other youngsters were detained in the Jordan Valley.
According to Quds Press, 13 Palestinians were detained during Israeli raids into their homes.
Four Jerusalemites were arrested during the campaign, including two ex-prisoners and a minor.
Two others were detained in Qabatia while a third one was rounded up in Bethlehem after Israeli forces broke into their houses, the sources added.
Several houses were violently stormed and searched in Beit Fujar town which led to the outbreak of violent clashes.
A 17-year-old boy was also arrested in al-Khalil after being brutally attacked and beaten at the hands of IOF soldiers.
Similar provocative raids were reported in Jenin and Qalqilia.
Israeli forces carry out raid and arrest campaigns throughout occupied West Bank and Jerusalem almost on daily basis.
(Source / 05.12.2016)