Israeli forces arrest 18 citizens in West Bank

Israeli forces arrest 18 citizens in West Bank
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The Israeli occupation forces launched a campaign of arrests of 18 citizens of the West Bank, on  Wednesday.

In Jerusalem, the occupation forces arrested five young men from Hizma town, northeast of occupied Jerusalem, all of whom were released prisoners.

In Hebron, the occupation forces arrested the citizens Issa al-Najjar and Nizar Muhammad Yusef al-Nawajaa, after they raided shops and stores near Tariq bin Ziyad School in the southern Hebron.

In Ramallah, the occupation forces arrested two young men from Birzeit town, namely: Majdi Nasser and Shaha (27 years), and Muhannad Najeeb Saif (24 years).



In Nablus, the occupation forces arrested the ex-prisoner, Thabet Nassar, after they raided his house in Madama village, and the citizen Ayham Nahed Akl from Sebastia town.

In Jenin, the occupation forces arrested five citizens, including two brother children from the towns of Burqin and Qabatiyeh, south of Jenin, and they are: Ghassan Rashid Shalamish, and his sons Haitham (15 years), Iyad (16 years), and Tariq Ziyad Muhammad Abu al-Rub, who is the brother of the prisoner Muhammad Ziyad Abu Al- Rub is sentenced to life imprisonment, and the young man Anwar Nidal Sabaana.

In Bethlehem, the occupation forces arrested the 21-year-old Emir Samir Tabanja, from Wadi Shaheen, in the middle of the city.

In Tubas, the occupation forces arrested the freed prisoner, Mustafa Hussein Bani Odeh, from Tamoun, south of Tubas.

It is worth noting that the occupation forces carry out daily raids and searches in separate areas in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem, resulting in the destruction of property, theft of money, and the arrest of dozens, which raises the number of prisoners, especially the administrative ones, inside the occupation prisons.

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