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Israeli forces detain 2, harass family in East Jerusalem

July 17, 2008 9:51 A.M. (Updated: July 17, 2008 9:51 A.M.)
Jerusalem - Ma'an - Israeli special forces stormed the house of 55-year-old Ahmad Mohammad Al-Aramin in Al-Ezariya, east of Jerusalem on Wednesday.

During the home invasion forces broke the shoulder of Al-Aramin's wife, 45-year-old Shofah and destroyed parts of the home's external walls.

According to Asrana media office Israeli forces harassed Al-Aramin's 24-year-old son Baha' as well as his 26-year-old son Ala; breaking the hand of the older son. The man's 22-year-old daughter Raja was also harassed.

Israeli forces then detained his 18-year-old son Ammar Ahmad Moussa Al-Aramin in Al-Ezariya and 17-year-old Dorgham Omar Al-Aramin while storming the house.

The head of the Asrana office in Jerusalem governorate Monkith Abu Rumisa'id that eyewitnesses informed the agency that the two detainees, Ammar and Dorgham, were beaten and transported to an unknown location.

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