Israeli forces raided the home of Palestinian prisoner and activist, Hasan Karajeh, in the Safa village, in the central occupied West Bank district of Ramallah, on Monday morning.
Locals said that Israeli forces raided Karajeh’s family home, who was brought along to the raid with his hands tied and dressed in an Israeli soldier’s uniform.
Palestinian prisoner dressed as Israeli soldier
Hasan’s brother, Muhannad Karajeh, managed to take several photos of Hasan after the Israeli forces completed searching the home and withdrew from the home.
During the raid, Israeli forces damaged furniture and personal belongings of the Karajeh family and physically assaulted Hasan’s brother, Muhammad.
— Ramzy Baroud (@RamzyBaroud) September 11, 2018
Sources added that Israeli forces shouted insults at Hasan’s family members and subjected his wife to an intensive interrogation.
Hasan Karajeh was detained on September 11th from his home by Israeli forces and was banned from lawyer visits.
Last night, #Israeli forces detained, for the third time, rights activist Hasan Karajeh after raiding his home in Saffa village in the OPT. Hasan was released less than a year ago after spending 18 months in administrative detention, without charge or trial. pic.twitter.com/ZgythSnYJw
— Laith Abu Zeyad (@laithzia) September 11, 2018
This was the third time Karajeh is detained by Israel, he was released from Israeli prisons last year; he was previously detained twice, once in 2013 and another time in 2016, during which he served almost 40 months of imprisonment.
The human rights youth activist was the Ambassador of Arab Youth at the Arab League and has previously represented Palestine at several international conferences and platforms regarding human rights and the Palestinian cause.
(Ma’an, PC, Social Media)