Israeli Forces Arrest Six Palestinians, Summon Three for Interrogation in West Bank

An Israeli border policeman points his gus as he stands guard detaind Palestinian youths during a military operation in the center of Hebron

HEBRON, September 20, 2014 – (WAFA) – Israeli forces arrested early Saturday six Palestinians, including an elderly, from Hebron and Bethlehem districts, as well as summoned three others for interrogation, said security sources.

Israeli forces raided al-Arrub refugee camp to the north of the city, where they arrested four Palestinian aged 18,19,21 and 47 years after breaking into and ransacking their homes.

They also handed two Palestinians aged 18 and 60 years notices to appear before the Israeli intelligence.

Meanwhile, troops arrested another 16-year-old Palestinian from the Old City of Hebron and raided many neighborhoods in the city, setting up roadblocks at the entrances of Sa‘ir and Halhul, where they stopped Palestinian-registered vehicles, interrogated passengers and examined their ID cards.

Meanwhile, forces raided Harmala to the southeast of Bethlehem, where they arrested a 59-year-old Palestinian after breaking into his home.

They also handed a 22-year-old Palestinian from Taqou‘ to the south of the city a notice to appear before the intelligence after breaking into his home.

Soruce: WAFA