PA arrests eight Hamas members and summons teachers who returned to their work

[ PIC 17/10/2012 – 04:45 PM ]

RAMALLAH, (PIC)– PA security arrested eight Hamas cadres and summoned others in Nablus, al-Khalil, Ramallah, Tulkarem and Qalqiliya, while the occupation authorities arrested a liberated captive and sentenced another to imprisonment.

The General Intelligence Service arrested two liberated captives and former prisoners in PA jails, in Nablus, and two cadres of Hamas in Tulkarem and Ramallah.

The Preventive Security also detained, in Nablus, a former political prisoner after storming his house in the area of Jabal Fatayer as well as Sheikh Omar Ali Gebrini, a Hamas leading figure who had served many years in Israeli jails and who had been previously detained several times by PA security, in Balata refugee camp after raiding his workplace.

PA security also detained another liberated prisoner, who had served 15 years in Israeli jails, and former political prisoner from the town of Awarta, in the south of Nablus

The Preventive apparatus arrested a teacher from Jayous village east of Qalqilya, while the PS security apparatus launched an extensive campaign of summonses against the majority of the teachers who had been allowed to return to their work from which they had been dismissed for years on political grounds.

A number of dismissed teachers who were allowed to return to their jobs stated that the interrogation, to which they were exposed, concentrate on their sit-in in front of the Council of Ministers in Ramallah and the identities of the protestors, noting that the investigators refused to believe that the sit-in took place without a political party being behind it.

Meanwhile, Israeli forces arrested an employee at the office of Islamist MPs in Nablus, Amjad Abu Ghosh, who had been previously arrested by Israeli authorities and by PA apparatuses.

Furthermore, the Ofer military court sentenced a student at al-Khalil University, Rami Rajoub, from Dura district in al-Khalil to three months imprisonment.


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