ISRAELI FORCES DETAIN AT LEAST 10 PALESTINIANS FROM WEST BANK DISTRICTS

RAMALLAH, Feb.28– Israeli forces have detained at least 10 Palestinians, including a minor, and summoned another from West Bank districts, said the Palestinian Prisoner Club.

Israeli forces raided Deir Abu Mash‘al, a village to the northwest of Ramallah, where they detained at least five Palestinians after breaking into their houses.

The detainees were identified as Mahmoud and Ibrahim Taha, Bara’ and Yusef ‘Atta and Muhammad Barghouthi.

Meanwhile in Qalqilya district, forces raided ‘Azzun village to the west of the city, where they detained two Palestinians. The detainees were identified by the PPC as Tha’er Abu Haniyeh, 19, and Mahmoud Salim, 19.

They also raided the city, where they detained another Palestinian identified as ‘Ali Nazzal, 21.

In the meantime in Jenin district, soldiers stationed at al-Jalama checkpoint detained a Palestinian student while heading to join his peers in a school-sponsored trip. The student was identified as Muhammad Fayyad, 16.

Forces also raided al-Yamun town to the west of the city, where they proceeded to detain Talal Abu Tul after breaking and wrecking havoc into his family’s house.

They also raided several other houses and a bakery, tampering with their content and interrogating the owners.

Israeli soldiers raided a house that belongs to the family of Nour al-Ja‘bari, an ex-detainee, and handed his father a notice summoning him to appear before intelligence.

Owners of the other houses were identified as Kamel al-Ja‘bari, Abu al-‘Abd Abu al-Hayja, Abu ‘Ala al-Najjar and Abu ‘Aouni Fraihat.

SOURCE: WAFA