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Israeli army detains 14 in dawn raids across West Bank
Published Tuesday 13/12/2011 (updated) 13/12/2011 22:12
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Israeli soldiers detain an activist during clashes in Nabi Saleh, near Ramallah on
Dec. 11, 2011. The clashes erupted after the funeral of demonstrator Mustafa
Tamimi, who Israeli soldiers shot in the face during a protest on Friday.
(Reuters/Mohamad Torokman)
JENIN (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces detained 14 people early Tuesday morning in home raids across the West Bank, the army said.

An Israeli military spokesman told Ma'an that 14 "wanted Palestinians" were taken for security questioning, including four from Jenin.

Locals said soldiers raided Jenin refugee camp and detained two brothers Abdul Salam Abu al-Hayja, 32, and Hamza, 20, after ransacking their home. Their father, Hamas leader Jamal Abu Al-Hayja, is serving a life sentence in an Israeli jail.

Mahmoud Tawahin, 21, was also detained from the camp, locals said.



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1 ) sarah / Holland
13/12/2011 15:37
Lets face it, all Palestinians are "wanted" by the zionists. They arrest more Palestinians in 1 week than my country arrest in 1 year.
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