Israeli Army Arrests 10 in West Bank

CLASHES BETWEEN ISRAELI SECURITY FORCES AND PALESTINIAN PROTESTERS NEAR THE WEST BANK VILLAGE OF BITDUKU

NABLUS, September 22, 2014 (WAFA) – Israeli army on Monday arrested 10 Palestinians during night and predawn raids across multiple locations in the West Bank, according to local sources.

In Nablus, army forces stormed the village of Burin, south of the city, and arrested four Palestinians, reported the Palestinian Prisoner’s Club (PPC). A fifth was also arrested after army broke through the nearby village of Beit Furik.

Meanwhile, Israeli forces stormed the town of Sair, east of Hebron, and arrested three Palestinians, 56, 34 and 30 years old, after raiding and searching their houses.

In the meantime, army broke into Zababdeh, south of Jenin, where they arrested two former prisoners after raiding and searching their houses. They were identified as brothers Taha, 26, and Mahdi Sharkawi, 27.

Israeli soldiers also stormed the nearby village of Kafr Dan, raided and searched several homes after forcing their residents out for hours. No arrests were reported.

 

Source: WAFA