Israeli Forces Detain Two Palestinians, Summon Another from West Bank Districts

JERUSALEM, February 12, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli Forces Thursday detained two Palestinians and summoned another after breaking into their homes in several West Bank districts, said local prisoner institutions and security sources.

Israeli police detained Wednesday night a young man from the Silwan neighborhood of ‘Ayn Al-Loza in East Jerusalem, said Wadi Hilweh Information Center.

Police officers deployed in ‘Ayn Al-Loza neighborhood indiscriminately fired stun grenades, tear gas canisters and rubber-coated steel bullets at unarmed families’ homes, stopped and examined Palestinian locals’ vehicles and interrogated some young men.

Two were brutally assaulted while they were walking to their homes; they were identified as Yahya Al-A‘war, 22, and Mahmoud ‘Awad, 21. Al-A‘war was reportedly detained.

Meanwhile in Tulkarm district, forces raided Nour Shams refugee camp, where they detained a young Palestinian man after breaking into and ransacking his house.

The Palestinian Prisoner Club identified the man as Zeyad Alayyan, 29.

Meanwhile in Bethlehem district, Israeli soldiers raided al-Ubeidiya town to the east of the city, where they handed Falah Abu Sarhan, 24, a notice summoning him to appear before intelligence after breaking into his house.

Israeli soldiers broke into and ransacked another house belonging to Imad Radayda, who has been held in Israeli imprisonment for a week.