Daily zionist pogrom update: IOF arrests 15 citizens from West Bank at dawn Wednesday

[ PIC 02/10/2013 – 05:44 PM ]

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WEST BANK, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Wednesday fifteen citizens during raids on a number of cities in the occupied West Bank, and transferred them to interrogation centers.

Eyewitnesses told PIC’s correspondent that the IOF arrested at dawn the former political detainee and liberated prisoner Noor Al-Atrash, from the city of al-Khalil in the occupied West Bank, after attacking him, and then took him to an unknown destination.

Israeli forces also stormed a house in the old city of al-Khalil, while a group of settlers attacked a 5-year-old girl causing her bruises. The child was transferred to the hospital to receive treatment.

The witnesses said that the Israeli troops arrested a citizen after a raid on the town of Dhahiriya south of al-Khalil, and searched another citizen’s house.

The Israeli soldiers also erected in the morning checkpoints in several areas and neighborhoods in the city of al-Khalil, where they stopped and searched the vehicles and checked the identities of passengers.

IOF troops in large numbers have been deployed on Tuesday night in the area of ​​Shuhada Street and the area of the Israeli military liaison until the early morning hours of Wednesday.

In Bethlehem, the IOF arrested three young men at dawn during raids on the towns of Kheder, Beit Fajar, and Tekoa.

Meanwhile, the forces arrested a university student from Qalqilya after confiscating his personal computer and cell phone and took him to an unknown destination. They also arrested two brothers after breaking into their home in the town of Azzun east of the province.

Media sources reported that the Israeli forces detained 3 Palestinians in the north of Ramallah, and three others from the town of Beta Fawka in the northern West Bank.

A Palestinian youth was arrested on Tuesday night at Zatara checkpoint south of the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank.

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