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Occupation arrests two sons of Palestinian leaders in Jenin
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Jenin, ALRAY - Israeli military detained on Wednesday at dawn four young Palestinians from Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank.

Israeli occupation soldiers raided the houses of imprisoned Palestinian leader Jamal Abu al-Heija and former Prisoners’ minister Wasfi Qabha.

Qabha told ALRAY that Israeli soldiers violently stormed his house at 5:20 am, ransacked it, and arrested his son Osama.

Israeli troops detained Assem, the son of imprisoned Palestinian leader Jamal Abu al-Heija, after raiding his house in Jenin refugee camp, Abu al-Heija’s family said.

Abu al-Heija has been arrested in Israeli prisons for 11 years. A few months ago, Israeli forces shot dead his son, Hamza,21.

Two other Palestinians were arrested in the eastern neighborhood in Jenin.

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.