BETHLEHEM, May 17, 2016 (WAFA) – Israeli forces Tuesday detained three Palestinians, including a member of the Palestinian legislative council, from across the West Bank districts, as well as summoned three others for interrogation, according to local and security sources.
In Bethlehem, forces detained a youth from the town of Taqou’ to the east, after raiding and searching his family’s home. He was identified as Ahmad Abu Mofreh, 22.
Forces further summoned three other minors to appear before the Israeli intelligence for interrogation. They were identified as Ammar Y. al-‘Amour, 17, Shadi N. al-Amour, 19, and Mustafa al-Badn, 17.
In Hebron’s town of Beit Ummar, forces detained a teenager after raiding and wreaking havoc into his family’s home. He was identified as Mohannad Abu Mariyya, 16.
Clashes reportedly broke out between forces and the town’s locals, where the former used stun grenades against locals, however no injuries were reported.
Meanwhile, forces detained member of the Palestinian legislative council, Abdel-Jaber Faqha’a, from inside his home in Ein Menjed neighborhood in Ramallah, spurring clashes with Palestinians locals. No injuries were reported.