West Bank, 16 Shafar 1434/29 December 2012 (WAFA/MINA) – Israeli forces Thursday arrested 10 Palestinians from across the West Bank, said security sources.
They told WAFA that soldiers arrested five Palestinians from the Hebron governorate, south of the West Bank; three of them are from Beit Ummar, according to WAFA reports received by Mi’raj News Agency (MINA), Saturday.
The arrests came after raiding and inspecting several houses in the town of Yatta and the old city.
Media spokesperson of the National Committee against the Wall and Settlements in Beit Ummar, Yousef Abu Maria, told WAFA that Israeli soldiers arrested a 14-year-old child and two others aged 16 after raiding their homes and inspecting them, tampering with their contents.
Israeli Force also raided several neighborhoods in Hebron and erected checkpoints at the entrances of the surrounding towns and villages, pulling over residents and inspecting their personal papers.
Security sources added that Israeli soldiers arrested two brothers in Jenin and inspected another resident’s house while interrogated its owners.
In Bethlehem, Israeli soldiers arrested three Palestinians from the town of Beit Fajjar, south of Bethlehem. (T/R-011/R-006)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)