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Israeli forces arrest 14 in West Bank

Nov. 27, 2012 10:19 A.M. (Updated: Nov. 27, 2012 4:45 P.M.)
NABLUS (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces arrested fourteen people overnight Monday, Israel's army and locals said.

Soldiers raided several houses in the Nablus village of Sabastiya, arresting seven people, Ma'an's reporter said.

Yazan Mutasem Aliwi, 20, Mahdi Muhammad Ghazal, 20, Walid Alaa Mikhaymar, 21, Raja Ahmad Shehadeh, 20, his brother Wadji, 20, Naem Shehadeh, 20, and Baha Muhammad al-Shaer, 22, were identified by locals as those detained.

In Hebron, Israeli forces arrested Mahmoud Khalil al-Amour, 38, Fayez Mahmoud Khmeis Baradyeh, Issam Suliman Hassan al-Atawneh, 33, and Ahmad Bader Abu Ali, 34, witnesses said.

An Israeli army spokeswoman said seven people were detained in Sabastiya, four in Hebron, one in Tulkarem, and two in al-Eizariya.
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