46 residents arrested in Hebron

September 25, 2005 12:20 PM IMEMC & Agencies Israeli attacks, News Report, Palestine 0

Israeli soldiers arrested, on Sunday at dawn, 46 residents in Hebron and a number of its surrounding villages after invading them, and breaking into dozens of homes.

Soldiers invaded Al Thaheriyya, Yatta, Ithna, Al Sammoa’, Al Fawwar refugee camp, and the city of Hebron. 

A local source in Hebron reported that soldiers, supported by armored vehicles, carried the largest military operation in Hebron area since several months, and broke into hundreds of homes.

In the city of Hebron, soldiers arrested Malik Abu Aisha, Ala’ Al Sghayyar, Maher Obeid, Dr. Adnan Maswadi, Abdul Aziz Al Sa’afin, Jawad Al Sa’id, Nizar Ramadan, Dr. Azzam Salhab,  Bilal Al Mohtasib, Anas Rasras, Dhirar Abu Monshar, Monther Ihrayyiz, Ala’ Al Hashlamon, An Riyadh Abu Aihsa.

Also, soldiers broke into dozens of homes in Doura village, west of Hebron and arrested the following residents; Ahmad Al Qeeq, Zoheir Al Hroub, Mohammad Al Awawda, Mousa Al Awawda, Issa Shahin, Yousif Shahin, Riziq Rajoub, Ayid Doudin, Abdul-Hamada Hijja, Amjad Jadallah, Hasan Al Masharqa, Summer Rab’ey, Mohammad Al Shahateet, Ahmad Talahma, Mohammad Al Daraweesh, and Hatim Yousif Amro.   

In Al Sammoa’ village, south of Hebron, soldiers arrested head of the village council, Jamal Abu Al Jadayil, Nidal Mawazna, Moneer Al Hawamda, Nassar Khalil Abu Karsh, and Khader Mohammad Al Hawamda.

 

In the village of Al Thaheriyya, south of Hebron, Israeli soldiers arrested Mohammad Al Tokhman, Mohammad Al Qaisiyyah, Rif’at Al Qaisiyyah.

Residents Mahmoud Al Hreiny, Atif Rabba’. Khaled Ghannam, were arrested in Yatta village.

Also, soldiers arrested Mohammad Abu Jheisha, and Mohammad Motlaq, from Ithna village, in addition to Osama Al Najjar, Nasser Al Dirbashi, and Firas Tbeish, who were arrested in Al Fawwar refugee camp.  

The Hebron office of the Palestinian Prisoners Society reported that the number of residents arrested in Hebron since the beginning of September arrived to 105 residents. 

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