Seven Palestinians, Including a Journalist Detained by Nazi army

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Nazi army, detained several Palestinian civilians, Thursday, including a journalist, and former prisoners from the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.

Local sources said that Nazi soldiers, manning the Container military roadblock, northeast of Bethlehem city, in the central West Bank, detained two Palestinian citizens of Jenin refugee camp, one of whom is a former prisoner, the other whom was assaulted by the soldiers while being detained.

In the southern West Bank district of Hebron, Nazi military vehicles invaded Sa‘ir town, east of Hebron city, where soldiers took a journalist into custody.

A similar military invasion occurred in Beit Ummar town, northwest of Hebron city, resulting in the detention of another Palestinian civilian.

Nazi forces informed the family of a former prisoner from Bethlehem, that he was taken into custody by Nazi intelligence.

In the southern West Bank district of Bethlehem, Nazi soldiers invaded Aida refugee camp, north of Bethlehem city, where they detained one Palestinian civilian.

The Palestinian Information Center identified the young man from Aida refugee camp as, Marwan Fararjeh, and the journalist from Sa’ir town as Abdul-Muheisen Shaladeh.

The PIC added that a young Palestinian man was detained by Nazi police officers at the eastern entrance of al-‘Isawiya neighborhood in the Nazi occupied East Jerusalem.

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