HEBRON, July 16, 2016 (WAFA) – Israeli occupation forces Saturday detained five Palestinians from the Hebron area, as well as summoned four others from for interrogation, according to local and security sources.
In Hebron’s town of Sa’ir to the north-east, forces detained local Hayran Jaradat, 27, and led him to an unknown destination.
Forces also stormed several areas in Hebron’s town of Dura, before detaining Ali al-Rojoub, 22, Mousa Shdeed, Ezz-Eddin al-Talahmeh, 22, and Salem Shdeed. Forces reportedly searched and wreaked havoc into the homes before detaining the above-mentioned locals.
In Hebron city, forces handed ‘Alla’ al-Natsheh a summon ordering to appear before the Israeli intelligence for questioning.
Force continue to impose a tight military blockade on Hebron for almost two weeks now. According to Media, ‘Hebron’s closure was implemented on Friday [July 1st] amid a massive manhunt for the suspect responsible for a shooting attack that left an Israeli man dead, his wife critically injured, and his two children lightly-to-moderately injured while driving in their car near the Otniel settlement south of Hebron where the family was from’.
Meanwhile, forces handed similar notices to three other locals from Bethlehem’s town of Beit Fajjar. They were identified as Mohammed A. Taqatqa, 32, Mohammed Kh. Taqatqa, 30, and Sohaib Deriyeh, 25.