Israeli undercover unit arrests 3 Jerusalemite minors
Israeli undercover unit arrested on Friday night four Jerusalemites including three minors in Silwan southern al-Aqsa Mosque.
Wadi al-Hilweh Information Center said on Saturday that an Israeli undercover unit arrested three minors after brutally attacking them and took them to “the city of David settlement”.
Violent clashes have continued for the second consecutive day between Jerusalemite youths and Israeli forces.
Eight Jerusalemites were arrested after Friday prayers in al-Aqsa Mosque under the pretext of stoning Israeli policemen.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces have arrested on Friday the Palestinian young man Rabii Awis, from Balata refugee camp east of Nablus, after stopping the taxi in which he was travelling at the Hawara checkpoint.
Awis was on his way home after attending his friend’s wedding, when Israeli forces stopped the taxi and detained him with two other passengers.
Israeli forces later released the two passengers and kept Awis in custody. Awis had earlier spent three years in Israel jails.
On the other hand, Israeli forces stormed last night Madama village south of Nablus and impeded traffic in the village.
Eyewitnesses told the PIC reporter several Israeli patrols stormed the village and carried out raid and search campaigns in different Palestinian homes.
The sources added that an Israeli infantry unit raided al-Ragmnat area in the village and arrested a Palestinian young man while standing in front of his home.