IOF arrest 19 Palestinians from West Bank

PNN/ Bethlehem/

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Sunday arrested 19 Palestinians from different parts of the West Bank, including 15 Hamas activists, under claims that they planned to carry out operations in West Bank settlements.

The occupation army claimed that these activists were accused of contacting Hamas officials, where they received instructions to carry out attacks in the West Bank. During the arrest, a vehicle with thousands of shekels inside it was confiscated.

Among the detainees was Naseem al-Titi, 16, who was arrested by the Israeli occupation forces after raiding the house of his family at dawn in Al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron.

IOF also arrested Hamed Hamed, 22, and the freed prisoner Mohammed Yahya Abu Salim, after his house was searched and his son was arrested during incursion into Ramallah.

IOF also arrested a 15 year old from Jayyus village, east of Qalqiliya.

The Israeli occupation continues its repeated campaigns of raids, house searches and arrests of citizens in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem on a daily basis

Meanwhile, IOF closed down a printing media office in Ramallah was also closed on charges of printing inciting material.

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