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In a massive arrest campaign in south of West Bank, Israeli occupation forces detain more than 40 Palestinians

In a massive arrest campaign in south of West Bank, Israeli occupation forces detain more than 40 Palestinians
Israeli occupation soldiers arresting Palestinians in the West Bank. (File photo0

HEBRON, Tuesday, September 8, 2020 (WAFA) – The Israeli occupation army waged a massive arrest campaign early this morning in the southern West Bank district of Hebron where at least 43 Palestinians were rounded up, more than half of them are former prisoners, according to Palestinian security sources.

They said the soldiers detained 22 Palestinians in the town of Dura, including nine former prisoners.

The others were from the city of Hebron, Yatta, al-Dahriyeh, Bani Naim, Arroub refugee camp, Beit Ummar, Sair and Sourif, during which the army broke into homes and ransacked them.

Elsewhere in the West Bank, the army detained four Palestinians from Bethlehem and one from the northern West Bank city of Tulkarm.

M.K.

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