WEST BANK, June 6, 2012 (WAFA) – Israeli forces Wednesday arrested 14 Palestinians, including three minors, from across the West Bank and Gaza Strip, according to local and security sources.
The head of Taqoa local council, Taysir Abu Mofreh, told WAFA that forces stormed an area east of the town of Taqoa, east of Bethlehem, raided several homes and arrested three Palestinian students between the ages of 13 and 15 and led them to an unknown destination.
A Palestinian from the Jenin area was also arrested after raiding and searching his family home.
Forces also stormed the village of al-Fandaqumiya in Jenin, raided and searched several houses and interrogated their residents.
Meanwhile, a large Israeli military force stormed Nour Shams refugee camp and the neighborhood of Thinnaba, both east of Tulkarem, arrested two Palestinians age 24 and 26 after raiding and searching their homes and confiscated a number of computers.
Ghassan Daghlas, in charge of settlements file at the Palestinian Authority in the northern part of the West Bank, said forces stormed Khirbet Tana, a locale east of Nablus, after being besieged for hours by armed settlers and arrested five Palestinians.
They also beat up a Palestinian causing him bruises throughout his body.
In Gaza, Israeli navy boats intercepted a Palestinian fishing boat outside the Gaza shores and arrested three fishermen.