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Arrests, interrogation writs reported in West Bank sweep by PA forces

6.7.17

Arrests, interrogation writs reported in West Bank sweep by PA forces: [english.palinfo.com] Reporting from al-Khalil, a PIC news correspondent said the Palestinian youth Khaled al-Batat was arrested by the PA intelligence forces from the city just a few days after he had undergone a surgery.

Aysar Walid Omar, from Fatah al-Intifada Movement, was also arrested by the PA forces in al-Khalil’s town of Dura.

At the same time, Palestinian prisoner Mootassem al-Natsha has been on a hunger-strike for three consecutive days to protest his arbitrary detention by the PA preventive forces.


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