- Published on Monday, 11 June 2012 13:58
On Monday, June 11th, Israeli forces broke into the house of Rabah Abu-al-Homus, in the village of al-Issawiyeh in Jerusalem. They broke the house's doors down, assaulted the family members and then arrested them.
Locals said that Israeli soldiers beat Rabah Abu al-Homus severely and arrested him. They also assaulted his two sons Khader, 24, and Bilal, 19, and his daughter Bayan, 22.
Israeli forced also arrested 35 year-old Ashraf al-Masri and Ahmad al-Masri, 34.
On Sunday, the previous evening, settlers pierced the tires of eight cars belonging to Palestinian citizens of the Shufat refugee camp in Jerusalem. They also sprayed 'death to Arabs' and 'Ha'olina', the name of a recently evacuated settler outpost, on the cars. They were protesting against the decision of an Israeli court, which ruled on the illegality of the Beit El settlement and called for the evacuation of its Ha'olina outpost.