The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Tuesday ten Palestinians in a pre-dawn raid and search campaign throughout the West Bank and Jerusalem. An ex-detainee was among the reported arrests.
The Israeli army said that ten “wanted” Palestinians were detained for being allegedly involved in anti-occupation attacks.
Four Palestinians were arrested in Nablus including two activists affiliated with Hamas Movement, while two other Hamas activists were detained in Bado village, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.
Two more arrests were carried out in al-Doheisheh and Aida refugee camps, south of Bethlehem, two other young men were detained in al-Khalil including an ex-detainee.
The ex-detainee Rezeq Rajoub was re-arrested only a week after his release from Israeli jails where he spent more than two years in administrative detention.
Rajoub spent 23 years behind Israeli bars in separate arrests.
Several young men were also summoned for investigation in Dura and Idna towns in al-Khalil.
According to Quds Press, IOF soldiers broke into Nablus in large numbers accompanied with police dogs and arrested four local youths.
A young woman was among the four detainees.
Several homes and shops were violently stormed and searched during the raid.
(Source / 06.12.2016)