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38 detained in West Bank raids on Sunday, bringing total above 400

June 22, 2014 3:05 P.M. (Updated: June 22, 2014 6:24 P.M.)
RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- The Palestinian Prisoner's Society said that Israeli forces detained 38 Palestinians from the West Bank districts of Hebron, Bethlehem and Jenin on Sunday morning.

The Prisoner's Society report contradicts an earlier Israeli military statement that said only nine Palestinians were arrested in overnight raids across the West Bank.

The society's report means that nearly 410 Palestinians have been detained by Israeli forces since the beginning of a massive arrest campaign across the region began 10 days ago.

Israeli forces have consistently given lower figures for the number of detainees and have not given locations of their detentions, while the Prisoner's Society maintains lists with full names of all Palestinians detained.

The 38 names are as follows:

Hebron:

1- Mahmoud Yusri al-Uweiwi

2. Abdullah Ideis

3. Shadi Raed Abu Omar

4. Fawzi Ismail Sweiti

5. Jihad Ismail Sweiti

6. Adil Idris

7. Aziz Ismail al-Hroush

8. Abdullah Ideis

9. Abdul-Karim al-Qawasmi

10. Mahmoud al-Uweiwi

11. Ayyub Hussein al-Awawda

12. Yousif Srour

13. Karam Amr

14. Ayman Jweilis

15. Iyad Hisham al-Sahib

16. Muatazz Zawahda

Bethlehem

17. Nasser Shukah

18. Suhayb al-Asa

19. Ibrahim Shuebat

20. Ibrahim al-Sahouri

21. Taha al-Wahsh

22. Saeb al-Wahsh

23. Ahmad Makhtoub

24. Ahmad Ibrahim Ali

25. Younis al-Asa

26. Khalil Radayda

27. Sayf Aqil Rabayaa

28. Harith Abu Amriyya

29. Abdullah Issa Shuebat

30. Bassam Abu Dayyah

31. Husam Abu Dayyah

32. Muhtasib al-Asa

33. Muhammad al-Asa

34. Ghassan al-Asa

35. Ahmad Mustafa al-Asa

Jenin

36. Muhammad Jabri Ghanamah

37. Adnan Imad Abu Hasan

38. Muhammad Adnan Kameel

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