10 civilians were arrested, including two brothers and one with special needs

The Israeli occupation forces arrested, last night and until Wednesday morning, ten citizens of the West Bank, including a young man with a disability.

The Al-Asir Club said that three citizens were arrested from the towns of Beit Ummar and Adhna in the Hebron governorate, and they are: Abu Yusef Abu Mariyah (16 years), Aws Musa Salibi (20 years), who is disabled, and Shadi Al-Batran from the town of Idhna.

From the town of Beit Fajar in the Bethlehem governorate, the occupation forces arrested the two citizens, Ali Musa Al-Ajouri (21 years), and Saif Majed Al-Ajouri (18 years).

Meanwhile, two citizens were arrested from Jalazoun camp in the Ramallah and Al-Bireh governorate.

In addition, two young men from the town of Al-Issawiya in Jerusalem were arrested: Younis Sufyan Obaid, and Muhammad Wael Ebeid.

In addition to the detainees, Fatah’s secretary in Jerusalem, Shadi Mutour, was arrested from his home in the morning.

From the town of Beit Fajar, south of Bethlehem, the forces arrested Younes Sufyan Al-Ajouri and confiscated his private vehicle.

In addition, the occupation authorities released Musa Berri from the village of Amatin, east of Qalqilya, hours after his arrest last night and his son Moataz Berri at a checkpoint near Deir Ballut, west of Salfit, and the young Yunus Sufyan Obeid was released from the town of Issawiya, east of Jerusalem, after his arrest at dawn.


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