A massive campaign of arrests in the West Bank and an Israeli court extends the detention of Bassam Al-Saadi A massive campaign of arrests in the West Bank and an Israeli court extends the detention of Bassam Al-Saadi

A massive campaign of arrests in the West Bank and an Israeli court extends the detention of Bassam Al-Saadi

A massive campaign of arrests in the West Bank and an Israeli court extends the detention of Bassam Al-Saadi The Israeli occupation forces carried out a massive campaign of arrests of about 15 Palestinians in the West Bank, in conjunction with the visit of an international team to Bassam Al-Saadi, a leader of the Islamic Jihad movement, who is detained in Israeli prisons.  On Wednesday evening and today Thursday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 15 Palestinians from the West Bank, including two brothers.  And the Palestinian news agency "Wafa" reported that the Israeli occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Muhammad (14 years old) and Mahmoud Ala' Al-Hajj Muhammad (15 years), after storming their house in the village of Al-Mughir, northeast of Ramallah.  The two liberated prisoners, Anas Al-Ashqar from the town of Sidon, Jihad Muhammad Khreish from the Tulkarm camp, and Mahmoud Mujahid from the town of Zita, were also arrested.  In Bethlehem, the occupation forces arrested five citizens, Muhammad Fawaz al-Mashaikh, Malik Jamal Muhammad Allan and Majdi Mustafa Ali Abu Omar, from the al-Jadal area in Beit Jala, west of Bethlehem, in addition to the arrest of Majdi Abu Aker and Hamza Abdel Aziz Abu Srour from Aida camp in the north.  Ammar Muhammad Jawabra and Rani Muhammad Ahdeeb were arrested after their homes were stormed in Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron.  As for Tulkarm, the occupation forces arrested three citizens: the editor Jihad Muhammad Salim Khreish (24 years), from the Tulkarm camp, the editor Anas Talib Saeed Al-Ashqar (26 years), from the town of Sidon, and Mahmoud Mujahid from the town of Zita.  From Hebron, the occupation forces arrested four citizens: Abd Imran Nasir al-Din from the Issa area in the city, Ammar Muhammad Jawabra, Rani Muhammad Ahdeeb from al-Aroub refugee camp north of Hebron, and Murad Mamoun al-Awawda from Dura town, south of Hebron.  And the Palestinian news agency "Wafa" said that Palestinians targeted with Molotov cocktails an occupation army point near the entrance to the town of Nahalin, southwest of Bethlehem.  Saadi's detention extended  In a related context, on Thursday, an Israeli court extended the detention of Islamic Jihad leader Bassam al-Saadi for 6 days.  The (non-governmental) "Prisoners' Media" center said in a brief statement that "The Ofer Military Court (west of Ramallah) extended Al-Saadi's detention for 6 days."  The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Wencesland, announced on Wednesday evening that a UN delegation had visited the leader of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, Bassam al-Saadi, in the Israeli "Ofer" prison.  Wencesland said in a tweet that the team visited al-Saadi in Ofer prison "to follow up on UN commitments to maintain calm in Gaza."  He did not mention the health condition of Al-Saadi, 61, or the conditions of his detention in prison.  Wencesland renewed the warning that "the ceasefire in Gaza is very fragile," and called on "all parties to maintain calm."  In early August, the Israeli army killed a Palestinian activist and arrested Al-Saadi, 61, during a massive storming of Jenin refugee camp in the northern occupied West Bank.  And on Sunday evening, an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire agreement between Israel and the "Islamic Jihad" movement in the Gaza Strip took effect after a three-day military confrontation.  And on Tuesday, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said that his country had not made any commitments to release al-Saadi within the framework of the ceasefire agreement that was brokered by Egypt, despite Arab and Hebrew media reports talking about steps in this direction.

The Israeli occupation forces carried out a massive campaign of arrests of about 15 Palestinians in the West Bank, in conjunction with the visit of an international team to Bassam Al-Saadi, a leader of the Islamic Jihad movement, who is detained in Israeli prisons.

On Wednesday evening and today Thursday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 15 Palestinians from the West Bank, including two brothers.

And the Palestinian news agency "Wafa" reported that the Israeli occupation forces arrested the two brothers, Muhammad (14 years old) and Mahmoud Ala' Al-Hajj Muhammad (15 years), after storming their house in the village of Al-Mughir, northeast of Ramallah.

The two liberated prisoners, Anas Al-Ashqar from the town of Sidon, Jihad Muhammad Khreish from the Tulkarm camp, and Mahmoud Mujahid from the town of Zita, were also arrested.

In Bethlehem, the occupation forces arrested five citizens, Muhammad Fawaz al-Mashaikh, Malik Jamal Muhammad Allan and Majdi Mustafa Ali Abu Omar, from the al-Jadal area in Beit Jala, west of Bethlehem, in addition to the arrest of Majdi Abu Aker and Hamza Abdel Aziz Abu Srour from Aida camp in the north.

Ammar Muhammad Jawabra and Rani Muhammad Ahdeeb were arrested after their homes were stormed in Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron.

As for Tulkarm, the occupation forces arrested three citizens: the editor Jihad Muhammad Salim Khreish (24 years), from the Tulkarm camp, the editor Anas Talib Saeed Al-Ashqar (26 years), from the town of Sidon, and Mahmoud Mujahid from the town of Zita.

From Hebron, the occupation forces arrested four citizens: Abd Imran Nasir al-Din from the Issa area in the city, Ammar Muhammad Jawabra, Rani Muhammad Ahdeeb from al-Aroub refugee camp north of Hebron, and Murad Mamoun al-Awawda from Dura town, south of Hebron.

And the Palestinian news agency "Wafa" said that Palestinians targeted with Molotov cocktails an occupation army point near the entrance to the town of Nahalin, southwest of Bethlehem.

Saadi's detention extended

In a related context, on Thursday, an Israeli court extended the detention of Islamic Jihad leader Bassam al-Saadi for 6 days.

The (non-governmental) "Prisoners' Media" center said in a brief statement that "The Ofer Military Court (west of Ramallah) extended Al-Saadi's detention for 6 days."

The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Wencesland, announced on Wednesday evening that a UN delegation had visited the leader of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, Bassam al-Saadi, in the Israeli "Ofer" prison.

Wencesland said in a tweet that the team visited al-Saadi in Ofer prison "to follow up on UN commitments to maintain calm in Gaza."

He did not mention the health condition of Al-Saadi, 61, or the conditions of his detention in prison.

Wencesland renewed the warning that "the ceasefire in Gaza is very fragile," and called on "all parties to maintain calm."

In early August, the Israeli army killed a Palestinian activist and arrested Al-Saadi, 61, during a massive storming of Jenin refugee camp in the northern occupied West Bank.

And on Sunday evening, an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire agreement between Israel and the "Islamic Jihad" movement in the Gaza Strip took effect after a three-day military confrontation.

And on Tuesday, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said that his country had not made any commitments to release al-Saadi within the framework of the ceasefire agreement that was brokered by Egypt, despite Arab and Hebrew media reports talking about steps in this direction.

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