Occupied WB, ALRAY - The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested Tuesday at dawn 17 Palestinian citizens, including a woman, after storming several West Bank cities and towns.
Local sources said that the IOF arrested lawyer Tariq al-Tamizi,27,and his sister in law Mona al-tamizi,34, after ransacking their houses and inspecting them in Ethna town to the west of Hebron.
The IOF stole the gold safe, amounts of money, and bank checks from the house. They damaged the house’s contents, destroyed properties and unhinged doors. Moreover, they damaged an agricultural barrack.
The forces stormed Selwad village, east of Ramallah, and arrested seven Palestinians: Ayyoub Khader, Tariq Hamid, Mostafa Abdulra'ouf, Salah al-Natoor, Ramzy Zaghloul, and Lotfi Hamed. The arrests led to violent clashes between the IOF and dozens of Palestinian youths.
The forces handed Ziyad Sh’eabat, 45, a summon to meet Israeli intelligence in Gush Etzion, south of Bethlehem, local sources said.
The IOF arrested Khaleel Faregat, 21, and Ramzy al-Ga'bari, 28, and searched several houses in Beit Ummar and Beit Awwa villages in Hebron, local sources said.
In Nablus, the IOF arrested Malik Eshteeh,21, Ala'a Edeali, 20, Mohammed Edeali, 23, Azzam Edeali,21, and Mazin Edeali, 16, from Tal and Osreen villages.
Israeli occupation forces routinely carry out arrest raids in the West Bank. Around 40 percent of Palestinian men living in the occupied territories have been detained by Israel at some point in their lives.