Israeli occupation police, on Tuesday, raided the home of Jerusalem’s governor, Adnan Ghaith, in the occupied Jerusalem town of Silwan, and served his family a summon for Ghaith to appear before Israeli intelligence.
Ghaith has been detained at least 13 times since he assumed the office of Jerusalem governor and was previously banned from entering the West Bank for a period of six months that was ultimately renewed. He was also banned from contacting a number of specific people, Days of Palestine reports.
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