HEBRON, December 9, 2014 (WAFA) – Israeli forces early Tuesday arrested five Palestinians from the Hebron and Jerusalem districts, said security sources.
Israeli soldiers raided Idhna town to the west of Hebron, and arrested Mu‘ath, Mujahed and Mahmoud Abu Jheisha after breaking into and ransacking their homes.
Nafha prison guards arrested Rawan Samhan, 20, a resident of ad-Dhahiriya southwest of Hebron, while she was visiting her brother, Abdullah, who is sentenced to 19 years in jail, said Palestine Prisoners Club (PPC) in a press release.
PPC reported that Sahman was arrested for allegedly holding a knife during her visit.
Meanwhile in Jerusalem, Israeli police arrested Ahmad al-Ghul, head of Fatah Youth Movement in Jerusalem, after breaking into and ransacking his house in Silwan town.