- Published on Tuesday, 26 June 2012 12:25
On Tuesday, 26th June, Israeli forces arrested four Palestinians during raids on different governorates in the West Bank.
A Hebrew-language broadcast said that Israeli forces arrested four Palestinians, names were not revealed, claiming that they are "Wanted".
The four detainees were transferred to different Israeli security centers for interrogation.
The Israeli soldiers severely beat Mohammad Shaher Abu Awad, 25, after they raided Samou' village, south of Hebron.
The Israeli forces also set a military checkpoint at the entrance of al-Fawar refugee camp, south of Hebron, stopped Palestinians and checked their IDs.
In Tul-Karem, Israeli forces demolished a wall that surrounded the house of the prisoner Hamada Abu Awad from Thanabeh, east of Tul-Karem.
The prisoners' parents said that seven military vehicles surrounded the house, broke into it and detained the family members in one room. The soldiers searched the house and rummaged with the contents.
The Israeli bulldozers demolished a wall and a livestock shed and threatened the family that the next time they come, they would demolish the house.
Prisoner Hamada was arrested in May, and his parents haven't heard any news about him since then.