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Israel forces detain 7 Palestinians in overnight West Bank raids

June 9, 2014 4:57 P.M. (Updated: June 9, 2014 4:57 P.M.)
HEBRON (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces detained seven Palestinians overnight, locals and security sources said Monday.

Locals told Ma'an that Israeli forces raided al-Arroub refugee camp in northern Hebron and detained six Palestinians.

Those detained were identified as 25-year-old Salah Inad al-Kidnawi, 19-year-old Zakariya Nabil al-Qiq, 17-year-old Malek Abu Haikal, 17-year-old Muhammad Ziad al-Maizan, and 17-year-old Khaled Jibril Jawabra.

Meanwhile, Israeli forces arrested a man in Tulkarem in the northern West Bank, security sources said.

Palestinian security sources told Ma'an that several Israeli military vehicles entered Tulkarem and that soldiers ransacked the home of 26-year-old Mahmoud Jamal Abu Shams before arresting him.

The soldiers also led Abu Shams at gunpoint to a computer shop he owns, confiscating some of the shop's computers, the sources said.

An Israeli military spokeswoman told Ma'an she was not familiar with any overnight arrest raids conducted by the army in the West Bank.
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