West Bank, December 24, 2014 (WAFA) – Ten Palestinians were arrested by Israeli forces in various areas of the west bank on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to security and local sources.
Israeli forces arrested 39-year-old Akram Shorafa, and 37-year-old and Faris Abu Ghannas, in the area of al-Tour in Jerusalem.
Local sources reported that both will be forced into exile from Jerusalem starting from November 30, 2014 for a period of five months. In addition, 18–year–old Safwan Amro was arrested in Jerusalem.
Two young Palestinians were arrested this morning, in the town of Qabatya, south of Jenin. Tahir Kamil, 24, and Abdul Rahman AbulRoub, 19, after raiding and searching their homes.
A Palestinian youth was arrested, Tuesday night, in the town of Howara, south of Nablus, after being beaten severely by Israeli soldiers.
According to the media spokesman of Fatah movement Awad Nijim, a large Israeli army force raided the town, opened fire, and shot gas bombs, before arresting Nijim, who remains unidentified yet.
Two Palestinians were arrested Tuesday night in the town of Bait Ummar, north of Hebron.
According to the spokesman of the Anti Settlement Committee in Beit Ummar Mohammed Awad , Israeli forces arrested Muhammad Abu Ayyash 21-year-old and Hamza Abu Hashim 16-year-old.
Israeli police unleashed police dogs at Abu Hashim during clashes near “Karmi Tsour” Settlement north of Beit Ummar.