Israeli army arrests teenagers at protest north of Tulkarem

20 February 2011 | International Solidarity Movement

Eight young Palestinian men were arrested by the Israeli military yesterday in the village of Deir Al Ghusun, north of Tulkarem. Three of them remain in custody, Jala Anwar, Omar Abu Safa and Sohayb Abu Shakra, all aged 17 years. The teenagers were taking part in a protest against the illegal Israeli separation barrier when soldiers and the border police entered through the gate on foot and in army jeeps. The protesters were running away from the army, but the soldiers managed to grab and take eight young men from the crowd and detain them in their army jeeps. Activists tried to get between the soldiers and one of the youths in an attempt to protect him, but without success.

 

Protestors in Tulkarem

It is still unclear what will happen to the three boys who are still in Israeli custody, and the families have not been told there were they are being held.

Source: International Solidarity Movement

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