In a surprise attack Wednesday morning, an Israeli army undercover unit arrested two al-Aqsa martyrs brigades’ members from Aida refugee Camp in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
Fadi Al Amori, 23, and Monjed Al Dibs, 25, were arrested when the undercover army unit stormed a small restaurant in the camp and forced the young men into their car under the threat of guns, eyewitnesses reported.
Both arrestees are said to be members of al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades — the armed wing of Fatah.  This is not the first time the army has tried to arrest the two men, local sources reported.