BETHLEHEM, November 17, 2014 (WAFA) – At least eight Palestinians were arrested by the Israeli army and police in the West Bank and Jerusalem on Monday, according to local and security sources.
In Bethlehem, army forces stormed Aida refugee camp, adjacent to the city, and arrested Hamza Abu Srour, 24, and Alaeddine Abu Srour, 24. Army also broke through the nearby al-Ezza refugee camp and arrested Ahmad Abu Tarboush, 19, and Amr Atallah, 25.
A 15-year-old was also arrested in the nearby town of Beit Jala. He was identified as Sajed Jaraweesh.
Meanwhile, army forces broke into the town of Sair, northeast of Hebron, and arrested Isam Shalaldeh, 35, a local resident, after raiding and searching his house.
In the meantime, army set multiple checkpoints across many areas in Hebron, searching identity cards of passengers and drivers and causing a traffic jam.
In Ramallah, army broke into the village of…
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