The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Tuesday eight Palestinians from different parts of West Bank and occupied Jerusalem including ex-prisoners.
Violent clashes broke out early today when IOF stormed the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem and its refugee camp. Two arrests were reported during the raid including a Hamas leader.
Locals affirmed to the PIC reporter that IOF soldiers were deployed in large numbers throughout the camp amid heavy firing of teargas bombs and live ammunition which led to the outbreak of the clashes.
During the raid, IOF arrested the leader in Hamas Movement Adnan al-Husari after storming and violently searching his house.
The ex-prisoner Fadi al-Amouri was also detained during the clashes.
Similar clashes erupted in Jalazoun refugee camp in Ramallah where a young man was arrested.
In occupied Jerusalem, two brothers were rounded up as Israeli police stormed their family house in Silwan town south of al-Aqsa Mosque.
Meanwhile, Israeli military sources claimed that six “wanted” Palestinians were detained for being allegedly involved in anti-occupation attacks including a young woman from al-Khalil.
(Source / 13.06.2017)