WEST BANK, (PIC)– A special Israeli military force on Monday rounded up three Palestinian young men from Bethlehem, while four more Jenin natives were arrested following a series of Israeli raids.
In Bethlehem, the Israeli soldiers threatened to shoot the youngsters dead if they moved from their assigned places, eye-witnesses reported
Ex-detainee and member of the Popular Front in Doheisha camp Abdul Rahman Al-Hasanat was targeted by the campaign.
Along the same context, four more Palestinian civilians were arrested by the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Monday evening and at dawn Tuesday in Jenin.
The IOF arrested the two teenagers, Ahmad Jamal Jaradat, 17, and Leith Mohammad Zaghal, 18, while they were strolling along the outskirts of Zabouba town, west of Jenin. Both were taken to an unidentified destination, local sources told a PIC correspondent.
The Palestinian worker Amjad Ahmad Issa was arrested at Bartaa military checkpoint while he was on his way back home from 48 occupied Palestine. Amjad was dragged by the IOF to an unknown location.
Activists were interrogated following IOF break-ins into Berkin and al-Yamoun villages, west of Jenin.
The Israeli patrols attacked the house of Hamas activist and ex-detainee Abdul Raouf Khamaysa, among other houses, and rummaged through them, generating material damage to the natives’ properties.
The campaign culminated in the arrest of a 33-year-old Palestinian civilian after having raided his home, interrogated his family members, and forced them all out