Journalist among 15 Palestinians Arrested by Israeli Forces in Occupied Territories

Palestinian journalist Abdul Muhsen Shalaldeh was arrested by Israeli soldiers near Hebron. (Photo: via Social media)

The Israeli occupation army detained 15 Palestinians on Thursday morning in raids at their homes, including a journalist, the official news agency WAFA reported.

In the governorate of Hebron (Al-Khalil), in the southern West Bank, the Israeli forces detained seven people, including the journalist Abdul Muhsen Shalaldeh, along with a man, his wife and their two sons from the town of Yatta, as well as two others from the town of Beit Ummar.

Israeli forces also detained a 19-year-old Palestinian after raiding his family home in the town of Tuqu, near Bethlehem.

In Jenin in the north of the West Bank, Israeli soldiers detained five people from the Jenin refugee camp, where the soldiers killed two Palestinians this morning, including a 57-year-old teacher and father of six children. Three of the detainees were later released.

In Tubas, in the Jordan Valley, Israeli soldiers detained two Palestinians, 47 and 22 years of age.


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