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Israeli forces re-arrest hunger-striker Issawi
Published Monday 23/06/2014 (updated) 25/06/2014 22:18
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JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces on Monday re-arrested freed Palestinian prisoner and hunger-striker Samer al-Issawi from his house in al-Issawiya village in East Jerusalem.

Israeli forces had raided the village and clashes broke out with residents before soldiers raided al-Issawi’s house and arrested him.

Israeli military forces earlier detained 37 Palestinians in the occupied West Bank as a search operation launched to find three missing Israelis continued for the 11th day.

Soldiers carried out house-to-house inspections in Nablus and Balata refugee camp and detained Salih Saadi al-Amir, Taha Salous, Ahmad al-Tanbour, Abd al-Rahman al-Bishtawi, and Amir Ishtayya, locals said.

In Bethlehem, Israeli forces confiscated computers and surveillance cameras from a money changing shop and damaged a safe while trying to open it.

Israeli forces also raided four money changers in Hebron, confiscating all computers and security cameras.

An Israeli army spokeswoman said 37 Palestinians were detained overnight as Israeli forces raided 80 locations, focusing on northwest Hebron, Jenin, and Beit Awwa.

Soldiers also raided seven Hamas-affiliated charities, she added.

A large-scale military operation was launched by Israel 10 days ago after three Israelis went missing in the occupied West Bank.

Under the pretext of searching for the missing teenagers, Israeli forces have detained 471 Palestinians, including 11 parliamentarians, in over 400 targeted raids on homes, civil society institutions, universities and media outlets, according to the PLO.

Israeli forces have also severely restricted the movement of Palestinians, with temporary closures at the main north-south Container checkpoint and a lock-down on the Hebron district, home to over 600,000 Palestinians.

Israeli forces have killed five Palestinians while conducting arrest operations, including two men shot dead on Sunday.

Israel accuses Hamas of kidnapping three Israeli teenagers from Gush Etzion settlement near Bethlehem.

So far, there has been no claim of responsibility and no sign of the missing youngsters, although Israeli military spokesman General Motti Almoz said on Sunday that all information indicated they "are alive."
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1 ) Israel will have to cut / down this prisoner
24/06/2014 06:33
population soon they will not be arrested but handled the SYRIAN WAY

2 ) itani Rasalanavho / South Africa
24/06/2014 13:33
sign of pressure on the Israeli military rule are showing. they are going the South African an Egyptian approach. They are losing

3 ) Carlos / usa
24/06/2014 19:13
Boycott Divest and sanction israel

4 ) Carlos / usa
24/06/2014 19:15
To 1) israel taught Syrian how to massacre. Deir Yassin and many places israel shot unarmed civilians. the israelis took special delight in shooting women. israel is terror murder and lies. I will boycott israel and sanction israel and divest from israel like the Presbyterian church.

5 ) Mel / USA
25/06/2014 19:15
Stay strong Samer! Don't let the occupation drag grind your courage of RIGHTFUL resistance down to its dirty level.Your LEGAL HUMAN RIGHT,is to resist Israeli militarist oppression &'cruel,unusual,inhuman,degrading punishment'&torture,by racist Israel."Hear my voice,the voice of remaining time-mine and yours...those...incarcerated(behind)...iron doors...that imprison your(Israel's)consciousness"(Samer Issawi's letter to Israeli society in April 2013,after 250 days hunger-strike).Cowardly Israel!
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