Israel Detains Two Palestinians in West Bank, Summons youth

HEBRON, May 28, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli forces detained early Thursday two Palestinians from across the West Bank, as well as summoned a youth for interrogation, said security sources.

Israeli forces stormed several Hebron towns and localities, including al-‘Arrub refugee camp to the north of Hebron, where they detained a Palestinian after breaking into his home. The detainee was identified as Munir Jawabra.

Meanwhile in Jenin district, forces raided Jenin refugee camp, where they proceeded to detain a Palestinian after breaking into, ransacking and wrecking havoc into his family’s home.

The detainee was identified as Feras Wahda, 30.

Several checkpoints were set up by Israeli forces at the entrances leading to Jenin, including the entrances of al-Yamoun and Kufr Dan towns as well as at Jenin-Haifa Street, where they stopped Palestinian-registered vehicles and examined passengers’ identification cards.

In the meantime in Bethlehem district, forces stormed Ad-Dheisheh refugee camp to the south of the city, where they summoned a Palestinian for interrogation, after breaking into and ransacking his home, destroying the house’s furniture.

Shehab Muzher was handed a notice summoning him to turn himself to Israeli intelligence in the settlement bloc of Gush Etzion, to the south of the city.