Hamas media sources reported on Monday that Palestinian Security Forces arrested eight members of the movement on Sunday in several West Bank cities.In Salfit district, security forces arrested Hamza Asâ€™ad, from Jamâ€™een village, north of Salfit, after he was ordered to head to a Palestinian security center for questioning.
The sources also stated that the security forces closed down a charitable society which takes care of and provides services to 350 orphans and dozens of needy families.
In the Nablus district, in the northern part of the West Bank, security forces arrested Radhi Rawajba, vice-president of Rojeeb village council, and in Aseera Al Shimaliyya village near Nablus, security men also broke into the house of Ayman Yassin and arrested him.
Yassin was released from an Israeli detention facility eight days before he was arrested by the Palestinian security forces.
In Jenin district, in the northern part of the West Bank, security personnel arrested Mohammad Malaisha and Bashar Abbas.
Abbas, a student at the Al Najah National University in Nablus, was arrested only two weeks after he was released from a prison which belongs to the Palestinian Preventive Security forces.
In Tulkarem district, also in the northern part of the West Bank, security forces arrested Abdul-Ghani Qasim.
In Bethlehem, security forces arrested Mohammad Amarna, and Mohammad Sarara, from the Deheisha refugee camp.