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Arrests of Civilians – 28-06-2014

Jerusalem – The Israeli forces arrested the youth Anas Ahmad Mohammad O’baid, from Al-I’ssawiyya town, in the center of the occupied Jerusalem, after raiding on his home brutally and searching it.

Jerusalem – The Israeli forces arrested the citizen Muhannad Fayiq Al-Rifai, 26 years, from A’nata, and they arrested from Abu Dis town the Ismail Ibrahim Abu Heish, 26 years.

Ramallah – The Israeli forces arrested the Chief Registrar of Ramallah Court, Yahya Salah A’tta, after storming his house in Deir Abu Mesha’l village. The occupation forces also arrested the student at An-Najah University, department of French, Mohammed Jamal Nasser, 22 years after searching his house and tampering with its contents, note that he is a released prisoner who spent two years in occupation prisons.

Qalqilia – The Israeli forces arrested the youth Omar Abdullah Mara’abe from Qalqilya.

Nablus – The Israeli forces arrested a released prisoner from Al-Badhan area. The Israeli forces arrested the youth Ja’far Ahmed Dbabsa, 32 years after the Israeli soldiers raided his home in Al-Badan area.

Bethlehem – The occupation forces raided the houses in Ad-Dheisheh camp and arrested both citizens; Nidal Naim Abu A’kir (47 years), and Shadi Issa Ma’ali 38 years.

Bethlehem – The occupation forces stormed Bethlehem city and arrested Walid Mohammed Bustanji (40 years), after raiding his home in AS-Saff St. and searching it, and the Israeli soldiers arrested Ahmed Qasim As-Sheikh (40 years) after raiding his house in Marah Rabah village, south of the city, and tampering with its contents.

Hebron – The Israeli forces arrested the citizen A’wwad Hamed Zuhdi Ar-Rajabi Jabal Juhar area, and confiscated his computer and his mobile phone, after searching his house and tampering with its contents.

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