Israel arrests Four Palestinians, Summons Three for Interrogation

HEBRON, May 2, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli forces Saturday arrested four Palestinians from the Hebron and Jenin districts, as well as summoned two other Palestinians for interrogation, according to local and security sources.

Sources informed WAFA that Israeli forces arrested three Palestinians from the Hebron area; two Palestinians were arrested from the towns of As-Samou and Dura during an Israeli  army raid on the two towns, whereas a third was  arrested from the city of Hebron while he attempted to cross the ‘Container Checkpoint’ located between Hebron and Ramallah.

The three detainees were identified as Ismail al-Hawamdeh, Thaer Amro, 21, and Ahmad al-Iwaiwe.

Forces also handed Islam al-Titi, 23, a notice to appear before the Israeli intelligence.

Meanwhile in the Jenin area, forces arrested a Palestinian captain of the Palestinian criminal investigation at a flying checking while he was heading to Jericho to participate in an FBI training course. The captain was identified as Mohammed Qabha, 37.

In the meantime, forces stormed the town of Aboud; where they raided, searched, and took over the rooftops of several Palestinian-owned homes, interrogating their residents. Forces further conducted a combing and searching campaign in the town and set up a flying checkpoint at the town’s entrance. No arrests were made.

In Bethlehem, forces handed two Palestinians; identified as Ahmad Ali, 30, and Issa Saleh, 18, a notice ordering them to appear for interrogation before the Israeli intelligence in Gush Etzion settlement bloc.