HEBRON, September 29, 2014 – (WAFA) – Israeli forces Monday arrested six Palestinians from West Bank districts, said security sources and the Palestinian Prisoner’s Club (PPC).
In Hebron district, Israeli forces raided Idhna and Dura, where they arrested two Palestinians, including a 55-year-old, after breaking into and ransacking their homes.
They also raided Sa‘ir, where they broke into and ransacked a former prisoner’s home, causing damages to its contents.
Meanwhile in Salfit, Israeli troops arrested a 19-year-old Palestinian after breaking into, searching, and ransacking his family’s home.
In Bethlehem district, troops arrested a 21-year-old Palestinian after breaking into and ransacking his home in Husan.
Large troops also surrounded Omar Bin Abdul-Aziz mosque in al-‘Abayyat to the east of the city.
In Tulkarem district, large troops raided Izbet al-Jarad to the east of the city, where they arrested a 31-year-old Palestinian after breaking into and ransacking his home.
Meanwhile, soldiers set up a flying checkpoint near Jericho, where they arrested a 26-year-old Palestinian, who serves as the Coordinator of the Students’ Youth Movement in Al-Quds Open University.
In the meantime in Jenin, large troops raided the city, where they broke into Baladna Café and ‘Abbud Bakery, interrogating people inside and inspecting their ID cards. This triggered clashes with the residents.
They also set up a roadblock at the main eastern entrance of Ya‘bad, located to the southwest of the city, where they stopped Palestinian-registered vehicles, interrogated passengers and inspected their ID cards, disrupting traffic movement and causing passengers delay.