Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Israeli Forces Arrest Four Palestinians, Nablus


On Wednesday, Israeli forces arrested at dawn, a Palestinian from Salim village, east of Nablus, and confiscated computers and mobiles belonging to his family.

Security sources said that several military Israeli jeeps raided the village at dawn, and attacked the house of Nasouh Eshtaiyah and arrested his son Abdul Rahman, 23, a student at An-Najah National University, and confiscated his computer and mobile.

The Israeli forces also arrested the brothers Meshref and Ashraf Waleed Ahmad Abu Salamah from Tubas governorate inside the lands of 48, under the pretext that they were trespassing in 48 without permits.

The forces of the special units and Israeli police attacked the Palestinian Yasser Muneer from Jerusalem, in his forties, in Wadi al-Joz neighborhood near the Old Jerusalem Walls. They severely beat him in front of his children before arresting him, and took him to the interrogation center in Salah al-Deen Street, in front of al-Saherah gate, central Jerusalem.

His family said "Yasser was getting ready to drive the children to their school, but the Israeli forces didn't allow him to even change his Pajamas, and dragged him in front of his wife and children to the police car."

The family also said that they haven't known yet, the reason behind the attack and arrest of Muneer, and described what happened as an unjustified brutal assault which was tantamount to a gangs way of dealing with an arrest rather than a police force.

Israeli Forces Arrest Four Palestinians, Nablus