Arrests, home break-ins reported in West Bank sweep by Israeli army

Break-ins WB

At least six Palestinians were kidnapped by the Israeli occupation army at daybreak Sunday in abduction sweeps rocking West Bank provinces.

The Israeli army claimed responsibility for the abduction of six Palestinians on allegations of involvement in anti-occupation activities.

The campaign targeted four Palestinians from Tulkarem, including a Hamas activist, and two ex-prisoners—Naser Abu Ayesh, 17, and Faris al-Douda, 18—from al-Khalil’s northern town of Beit Ummar, where the Israeli forces claimed that homemade weapons were detected.

A series of makeshift ambushes and checkpoints were pitched by the occupation soldiers across Tulkarem province.

The Israeli forces rolled into Beit Ummar in five military jeeps at the crack of dawn and wreaked havoc on civilian homes

At the same time, Israeli military troops stormed al-Arroub camp, north of al-Khalil, in seven military jeeps and ransacked the Muslim cemetery before they rummaged into Palestinian homes and commercial shops.

(Source / 09.07.2017)


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