JERUSALEM, August 5, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli forces early Wednesday detained 11 Palestinians, including at least a minor, from West Bank districts, said local security sources and Palestinian Prisoner Club (PPC).
WAFA correspondent reported on Fatah District Committee in the East Jerusalem town of al-‘Issawiya as saying that Israeli police raided the town, where they proceeded to detain three Palestinians after breaking into and ransacking their houses, sparking violent clashes with locals.
The detainees were identified as Ayoub, ‘Anan and ‘Allan ‘Ubaid.
Police also raided Hizma, a village to the north of the city, where they detained a Palestinian after breaking into his house. The detainee was identified as Muhammad Kan‘an.
Meanwhile in Tulkarem district, forces detained three Palestinians. The Palestinian Prisoners Club identified the detainees as Karam Jarab, 20, Wa‘d Rizqallak, 23, and Dhaher Abu Dayyeh.
In the meantime in Hebron, forces detained two Palestinians, a father and his son, after breaking into and ransacking their house in the Old City. The detainees were identified as Hasan An-Natsha, 51, and his son, Ma’moun, 14.
Forces set up checkpoints in the Qarantina locality of the Old City, where they stopped and examined Palestinian registered vehicles and inspected passengers’ identification cards.
In the meantime in Jenin district, forces detained a Palestinian after storming his family’s house in Marka village to the south of the city. The detainee was identified as ‘Abdul-Ghani Mousa, 21.
Meanwhile in Qalqiliya district, forces raided Jayyous town to the northeast of the city, where they proceeded to detain a Palestinian after breaking into his house. The detainee was identified as Baha’ al-Khatib, 25.