IOF arrest 10 Palestinians in the West Bank

June 26, 2014 - 3:00:13 pm

RAMALLAH: The Israeli Occupation Forces arrested 10 Palestinians in the West Bank cities of Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus and Qalquilya.

Palestinian Security sources reported that the Israeli army raided Hussan village, west of Bethlehem, and arrested Mohammad Mohammad Hamamreh, 28 years old, after raiding his home.

In the Hebron area, south of the West Bank, the IOF arrested 6 Palestinians, two of whom had just been shot.

Palestinian local sources reported that the Israeli army injured Ismael al-Hawamdeh, 44 years old, with life ammunition in his foot, before arresting him and transferring him to Soroka hospital in Beersheba. The shooting happened in a checkpoint in Al-Samu village and the IOF claim that soldiers shot at him because he tried to run away when the soldiers stopped him at the checkpoint.

Dia’a Ibrahim al-Badawi, 22 years old, was injured by rubber bullets in his head during clashes in al-Arroub refugee camp and was arrested afterwards.

The same sources added that the Israeli army arrested the brothers Rami and Ameer Fedi al-Qasrawi in Hebron city, and the brothers Said and Ismail Theeb Hagagreh, 22 and 25 years old, in al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron.

In Qalquilya, northwest of the West Bank, the Israeli army attacked and arrested Ayoub Farouq Salah, 24 years old, while he was working in his land in Azoun village.

The IOF also arrested Mourad Hani Awad and Ayman Hani Drawsheh in Urta village, south of Nablus.    (QNA)