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Police: 5 Hebron men detained by army

July 31, 2010 12:47 P.M. (Updated: July 31, 2010 7:19 P.M.)
Hebron – Ma'an – Palestinian security officials recorded five detentions from the Hebron region between Thursday night and Saturday morning, a police report said.

Israeli soldiers, accompanied by police, entered the Al-Ja’bari neighborhood in Hebron’s center overnight Thursday, detaining Fadi Bajis Ja’bari, Muhammad Fattouh Ja’bari and Idreis Ja’bari.

On Friday morning, an Israeli force raided Dura, south of Hebron, detaining Abdullah Walid Sweiti, 21, and Muhammad Shahin, 21.

All five detainees were taken to unknown locations, police said.

Israeli military officials were unable to respond to requests for comment.
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