HEBRON, June 6, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli forces Saturday arrested a Palestinian youth from Hebron, as well as summoned two Palestinians, including a teenager from Bethlehem, for interrogation, according to local and security sources.
Coordinator of the anti settlement and wall committee in northern Hebron, Mohammed Awad, informed WAFA that forces arrested 24-year-old Ahmad Al-Alami, a resident of the town of Beit Ummar in northern Hebron, at a military checkpoint to the south of Jerusalem and led him to an unknown destination.
Meanwhile, forces raided the home of Samir Yosri in the city of Hebron and handed him a notice summoning him to appear before the Israeli intelligence for interrogation.
Forces further set up surprise military checkpoints at the northern entrances of Hebron city and the town of Sair, northeast of Hebron, where they proceeded to stop and search Palestinian-registered vehicles.
In the meantime, forces also summoned 17-year-old Mosab Diryeh to appear for interrogation after raiding and searching his family’s home in the town of Beit Fajjar to the south of Bethlehem.