The occupation forces arrested 28 citizens, including a university student

The occupation forces arrested 28 citizens of the West Bank, including a girl from Hebron and brothers, last night and at dawn today, they raided eight houses belonging to former prisoners, assaulted the citizens and carried out sabotage in the homes, where the arrests focused on Hebron, in which the detainees to this day reached (16) citizens.

The captive club said that (16) citizens were arrested from several parts and towns in Hebron, including the girl Lyn Akef Awad (22 years) from the town of Beit Ummar, a student at the Polytechnic University of Palestine, knowing that she was subjected to several arrests since late last year, in addition to all of Sameh Abdullah Ratib Abu Sneineh, who is responsible for the organizational areas in the Fatah movement in central Hebron, Wasim Abdel Hafeez Al-Jamal, his brother Wissam, Islam Kazem Al-Zeer, his brother Waseem, Noor Maher Atmzeh, Montaser Nayef Atmizah, Mutasim Ziyad Rajoub, and Tamer Majid Shedeed, Muhammad Abu Dabous, Husam Abu Hussein and his brother Hussein, Wasim Zaidan Al-Jamal, and Hamza Khader Abdul-Wahab ( 17) and his brother Bilal.

A father and son from Ramallah, Kamal Ayyash, an assistant undersecretary in the Ministry of Interior, and his son Hakam (27 years), were also arrested.

From several parts of Nablus, the occupation forces arrested four citizens: Zuhair Dweikat, Abu Ali Al-Shawa, Murad Humaidan and Hussein Ibrahim Shtaiwi, while a citizen of Tulkarm, Muhammad Jamal Sabarini (26 years old), was arrested.

Added to the detainees is Gabriel Muhammad Abdel-Rahman Al-Zubaidi from Jenin, a former prisoner who spent 12 years in occupation prisons, Uday al-Lawzi from Qalandia, Khaled Sharif, and Obada Najeeb, both of whom are from Jerusalem.

It is noteworthy that the occupation forces arrested at least three citizens, including a child, who was later released.


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