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IOF arrests Fatah leaders, five girls in Jerusalem
IOF arrests Fatah leaders, five girls in Jerusalem
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Gaza, ALRAY-Israeli occupation forces (IOF) launched at dawn on Tuesday raids and arrested six Palestinians in several areas of the occupied West Bank.

The IOF arrested a young man Mohammed al-Masri and Mohammed al-Harimi from Wadi Maali in Bethlehem.

Israeli patrols carried out incursions for the second day in a row to the neighborhood of the airport adjacent to Qalandia camp and town of Kafr Aqeb after threatening to demolish neighborhoods.

They also stormed at dawn the town of Deir Balut west of Salfit, and Palestinian youth targeted settlers by stones near the town of Lubban al-Sharqi, south of Nablus.

The IOF arrested Zuhair al-Rajabi from his home in Baten al-Hawa neighborhood in the town of Silwan, south of al-Aqsa, in addition to arresting the young man Mustafa Awad, west of Ramallah.

Israeli occupation forces arrested leaders of the Fatah movement and five Jerusalemite girls in a raid to the occupied city of Jerusalem Tuesday morning.

Local sources said that the Israeli forces arrested a Fatah official in Jerusalem Hatem Abdel Qader, after storming his house in the neighborhood of Beit Hanina, and Shadi Mtour secretary of the movement in occupied Jerusalem.

Dima al-Natsheh, 18, Rawan Arafat, her brother Arafat, Mays Firawi and Roaa Balala and Asel Hassouna, from Beit Hanina, north of Jerusalem.