13 citizens, including the Taliban, were arrested at Birzeit University

The occupation forces arrested, on Monday morning, 13 young men during separate raids in the West Bank.

Local sources said that the occupation forces arrested 5 young men from the town of Anabta, east of Tulkarm, and they are: Muath Abu Asal, Ahmed Abu Asal, Ahmed Mahmoud Sharaqa, Youssef Muhammad Nassar and Anas Ethar Abu Khamish.

The forces arrested the students at Birzeit University, Yahya Rumana and Zaid Abu Kweik, after raiding their homes in Al-Amari camp and Umm Al-Sharayet neighborhood in Al-Bireh.

The occupation soldiers also arrested the young Abdel-Muti Al-Rimawi (18 years), son of the former prisoner Muhammad Al-Rimawi, from the town of Beit Rima, northwest of Ramallah, and the young man, Nabeg Yahya Al-Rimawi, 19, from the same town.

Hundreds of settlers stormed the Yusuf tomb, east of Nablus, and as soon as they arrived, clashes erupted on Amman Street and the surrounding of Balat al-Balad, and continued until dawn. Witnesses confirmed that the occupation forces fired rubber bullets, gas and sound bombs intensively after expanding the circle of confrontations to reach the outskirts of Balata camp and Askar Al-Balad.

In Hebron, the occupation army raided Al-Aroub camp in the north and arrested Ali Walid Jawabreh (19 years), Muhammad Naif Al-Badawi (22 years), and the two children Rushdi Salim Rushdi Awlad Issa (16 years), and Omar Zuhdi Mahfouz (16 years). Clashes erupted between young men and the occupation soldiers, after settlers stormed a mosque in the town of Halhoul in the north, to perform Talmudic rituals.


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