Bethlehem, October 25, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli army and police forces Sunday detained at least 10 Palestinians, including minors, from across the West Bank, including Jerusalem, according to local and security sources.
In Bethlehem, army forces detained three Palestinians after raiding and searching their homes in the town of Ubaydi to the east. Forces further summoned three others for interrogation.
The detainees were identified as Khaled Wadaydeh, 17, Zaidan Shayeb, 15, and Hisham Radaydeh, 19. Meanwhile, Wasim al-Assa, 17, Moneer Shnayta, 22, and Issam al-Sha’er, 41, were handed notices ordering them to appear before the Israeli intelligence for interrogation.
In Hebron, army soldiers detained a Palestinian youth after physically assaulting him in the old city. The detainee, who was led to an unknown destination, was identified as Ahmad Al-Heeh, 20.
Forces stationed at Gush Etzion Junction, south of Bethlehem, detained another Palestinian from Hebron’s al-Aroub-Refugee Camp to the north as he was passing near the junction. He was identified as Ibrahim al-Titi.
Forces reportedly seized over $12 thousand dollars that he was carrying in cash in order to purchase a car.
In Jerusalem, Israeli police detained at least five Palestinians during a raid an detention campaign conducted across the Jerusalem area. They were identified as Mansour Abu Ghrbyeh and his son Ahmad, Amjad al-A’war, and Yousif Obaid. The identity of the fifth detainee remains unidentified until the moment.