NABLUS, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) rounded up six Palestinians at dawn Tuesday in the provinces of Nablus, Al-Khalil, Jenin, and Ramallah.
Eyewitnesses in Nablus said that IOF soldiers broke into the home of Mohammed Al-Khandakji in the western suburb of the city before dawn Tuesday and took away his daughter Amani, 27.
The father told Quds Press that the soldiers violently apprehended his daughter and confiscated her personal computer.
Amani is the brother of Basem Khandekji, who is serving three life sentences in Israeli captivity and who is central committee member of the Shaab party.
The father said that the soldiers called his detained son bad words during the operation, opining that the detention of his daughter was meant to pressure his son who is publishing articles from his prison detailing the suffering of prisoners inside Israeli prisons.
He said that the arrest was also meant to halt Amani’s activity in supporting prisoners and popular resistance.