Israeli Occupation Forces Arrest 20 Palestinians In West Bank, Gaza

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) QNA

Occupied Jerusalem: The Israeli occupation forces arrested 20 Palestinians from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

The Union of Fishermen's Committees reported that the Israeli occupation forces arrested four fishermen northwest of Gaza, explaining that the Israeli navy gunboats attacked the fishermen's boats before arresting the four of them and later took them to an unknown destination.

Additionally, the Israeli navy also opened fire at fishermen's boats last night with no injuries reported.
On the other hand, the Israeli occupation forces arrested at dawn today, six Palestinians during the forces storming of separate areas of Ramallah, among the arrested were two freed prisoners.

Similarly, the occupation forces arrested seven Palestinians from the Hebron governorate, including brothers, after having raided and searched their homes.

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Furthermore, this time in the Jordan Valley, the occupation forces arrested a young man from the town of Tammun while he was passing through the Al Hamra military checkpoint. Whereas two others were arrested from the town of Al Isawiya in occupied Jerusalem.

The Israeli occupation forces launch a campaign of raids and arrests in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem almost on daily basis, as part of their repressive practices against the Palestinian people.


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