PA forces assault ex-prisoner’s mother, arrests 6 citizens
As part of its security coordination with Israel
WEST BANK, (PIC)– The Palestinian Authority (PA) security forces brutally assaulted Tuesday evening an ex-prisoner’s mother before arresting his father in al-Khalil. Five more arrests were carried out in the occupied West Bank. Local sources in Yatta town in al-Khalil affirmed that PA security forces stormed the home of ex-prisoner Mohamed Amour and brutally attacked his mother before arresting his father. The violent raid came shortly after Israeli occupation forces lifted the complete closure on the town, the sources pointed out. During the raid, PA forces violently searched the house and confiscated a lap top. The ex-prisoner Mohamed Amour was released only a week ago from Israeli jails where he spent 22 months in administrative detention. Along the same line, the PA Preventive Security launched a raid and search campaign in Dura town, south of al-Khalil. At least five detainees were rounded up during the campaign including four ex-prisoners. In Nablus, PA Preventive Security continued to detain the young man Osama Ordonia for more than 4 months. The two ex-prisoners Amjed Zamel and Riyad al-Nadi are still also detained in PA jails for 23 days. The PA political arrests come as part of its security coordination with the Israeli occupation authorities.
(Source / 15.06.2016)