HEBRON, April 28, 2014 – (WAFA) – Israeli forces arrested Monday six Palestinian youths, including a teenager, from the districts of Hebron and Bethlehem, security sources said.
Forces stormed Beit ‘Awwa, a town located to the southwest of Hebron and arrested two people, aged 20 and 15, after breaking into and searching their houses.
They also stormed Beit Ummar, a town located to the north of Hebron and arrested a 20-year-old person after breaking into and searching his house, according to Spokesperson the Anti-wall and Settlement Popular Committee Mohammad ‘Awad.
Meanwhile, soldiers stationed at Al-Karameh border crossing, late Sunday night, arrested a 20-year-old person, who is a resident of Hebron.
They also handed a 17-year-old person a notice to appear before the Israeli intelligence for interrogation in ‘Gush Etzion’, an illegal bloc of Israeli settlements located near Bethlehem, after breaking into his house in the same town.
Meanwhile, forces stormed Dheisheh refugee camp, located to the south of Bethlehem, where they arrested a 22-year-old person after breaking into and searching his house.
They also stormed Zaʻtara, a town located to the east of Bethlehem and arrested a 25-year-old person after breaking into and searching his house.