Sunday, November 25, 2012

IOF arrests 12 citizens, including five children

IOF arrests 12 citizens, including five children



WEST BANK, (PIC)-- The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) continued its daily arrest campaigns in different parts of the West Bank, where they detained since Saturday 12 citizens in al-Khalil, Jenin and Nablus, including five children.
IOF arrested four citizens in al-Kahlil provinces, Ahmed Ismail Amr, 33, and Mohammed Nassar from Dura southwest of al-Khalil, and Issa Khalil Zain from Yatta town in addition to Zia Ghalib Smamrh, Issa Ahmed Ali Smamrh, and Abdullah Issa al-Battat from Dahriya town, also they raided the house of Ayed Aladrh, a teacher at al-Ansar schools and handed him a summons to Shin Bet office in Etzion.
Regarding settler attacks, a group of Israeli settlers from Adora settlement west of al-Khalil, threw stones at Palestinian vehicles, passing through Highway 35 that links between the western villages and towns with the city of al-Khalil, without causing any injuries.
Israeli forces also stormed at dawn today the town of Silat al-Harithiya west of Jenin and arrested a citizen and took him to an unknown destination after interrogating him for a period of time.
Local sources said that Israeli forces raided the town at down and arrested the young man Anad Mohammed Abu al-Khir Tahaana, 24, after storming the town and raiding his family's house and damaging its contents.
In Nablus, the Israeli occupation forces raided the village of Jma'ain south-west of the city, yesterday evening, and arrested five children in the town and took them to unknown destination.
The Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS) warned of targeting the children by IOF, and said that the occupation forces have arrested since the last aggression on Gaza about 60 children.