Israeli troops attacked several areas in Hebron district south of the
West Bank and took five residents prisoners on Thursday morning.
In Dora village, south of the city of Hebron, troops took two prisoners; known as Kamel Nassar, 21, and Kamal Amro, 50, the latter reported as a leader in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), the Prisoners society office in Hebron.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Yakop, 25, was also taken prisoner after being stopped by troops at a military checkpoint south of Hebron. Yakop's Father said that his son is student in Al Polytechnic University in Hebron and has been wanted by the army for some time.
in Al Arkop refugee camp near the city of Hebron, troops attacked, searched and ransacked residents' houses and took Ahmad Abu Khiran, 18, to unknown location.
Mossa Shaded, 25, a resident of Kharsa village, west of Hebron city, was taken prisoner at the Israeli border between Jordan and the West Bank whilst returning from Syria, where he studies in the University, local sources reported.