During August, Israel Arrest 459 Palestinians, Including 69 Children

Israeli Army against Palestinian women (Photo: File / Special)

Jerusalem, MINA – The Palestinian Prisoners Study Center (PCHR) reported on Tuesday, September 3 that Israeli occupation authority has arrested 450 Palestinians during August, including 69 children, 13 women, and girls.

PCHR spokesman, Riad Al-Ashqar said Israeli occupation forces arrested 10 Palestinians from the Gaza Strip, including a fisherman, while he was working on the coast of Gaza Strip, Erez.

PCHR said during August, Israeli occupation forces arrested two journalists, Hassan Dabbous (30) after his home was raided and ransacked in the village of Ni’lin, west of Dina Ramallah, and a photographer, Abdel Mohsen Shalaldeh after raiding his home in the town of Sa’ir near Hebron.

The report, as quoted by Safa, monitored 69 cases of detention of minors, including children named Mohammed Yasser Najib (10) and Mahmoud Walid Hajajra (12) from Al-Aroub refugee camp north of Hebron, and two children of Ali Al-Tawil (12) and Yousef Abu Nab (13) from Jerusalem.

He pointed out that Israeli occupation forces last month arrested 13 women and girls, including Jordanian citizen Heba Ahmad al-Labadi at Karama crossing when she entered the West Bank, and 13-year-old son Rayan Ibrahim Smik, from the city of Qalqilya, who was captured near “Karni Shomron” settlement who suspected of having a knife.

Regarding administrative decisions, Al-Ashqar said that over the past month, an unofficial court issued 76 administrative decisions, 21 of them were new orders for the first time.

Most of them were released prisoners who were recaptured and subjected to administrative sanctions, and 55 decisions to renew the administrative prison administration period several times. It was Just starting from two to six months.

Azzam Nu’man Salhab (63) from Hebron for four months, who had previously spent more than 8 years in prison, and for the third time, Islamic Jihad leader Yousef Ghawanmeh (49) renewed administrative detention in Jalazoun refugee camp in Ramallah for 4 months. (T/Sj/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)