Israeli forces clash with Palestinians in the West Bank village of Khobar near Ramallah July 22, 2017. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman
RAMALLAH – 23 July 2017: Israeli occupation forces have arrested 32 Palestinians in different parts of the West Bank (WB), the Palestinian Prisoner Club said in a statement on Sunday.
A Palestinian lawmaker and two female minors were among those rounded up by the Israeli troops, the statement added.
The two girls, aged 16, were detained after Israeli forces raided their relatives’ homes in Al Quds city, the statement noted.
The arrests were made in the governorates of Hebron, Qalqilya, Jericho, Nablus, Jenin and Bethlehem, the statement read.
Also, the Israeli occupation forces apprehended Palestinian Lawmaker Omar Abdel Razek in Salfit city, according to the statement.
Meanwhile, the Israeli troops arrested Salah Tayeh, an activist of the Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission, the statement said.
In a related context, the Israeli Magistrate's Court in Jerusalem released some leaders and activists of Fatah movement on condition of denying them access to the city for ten days, banning from conducting interviews for 50 days and using social media websites for a month.