A campaign of arrests in the West Bank

 Israeli occupation forces launched a campaign of arrests through the West Bank Thursday morning.

Local sources said that the occupation forces arrested Birzeit University student Omar Hussein after storming his house in the village of Jaffna, north of Ramallah.

The editor Mohammed Ahmed Obaid was also arrested after his house was raided in the village of al-Mazra'a al-Gharbiya, north of Ramallah.

In Nablus, the freed prisoner Bakr Mansour, the son of the martyr Jamal Mansour, was arrested from his home in Zawata. The house of the prisoner Baraa Wajih Qat was also raided in the village of Madma south of the city.

The occupation forces arrested the young Abdullah Fayez al-Mashati 21 years from the village of Kafr Qalil south of Nablus, in addition to the young Ahmed al-Sarkaji of the city.

In Salfit, Israeli forces arrested Mohammed Hani Daoud from Haris village in the north of the city.

On the other hand, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the prisoner, Jamil Ibrahim Daraawi, from his house in the village of Shawawra, east of Bethlehem. The freed prisoner Mohammed Musa al-Assas, 23 years old, from the village of Dar Salah, east of Bethlehem, and Yusuf Tatarqa from Beit Fajjar.

In Jenin, the young Islam Suleiman Abdul Ghani Abu al-Haija was arrested from the town of Yamoun, northwest of the city.

The Israeli occupation forces arrested Ayman Juma'a Badran, 16, near Qalandia checkpoint, north of Jerusalem.


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