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The Israeli occupation arrests two Palestinians in the West Bank

 Today, Friday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested two Palestinians in the West Bank, and security sources said, quoting the Palestinian news agency “Wafa” today, that the occupation forces stormed the town of Yatta, south of Hebron, and arrested a Palestinian, after raiding and searching the house of his brother Amin Maghnem and tampering with its contents. It also arrested another from the town of Beit Rima, northwest of Ramallah, after he was summoned to meet with the occupation intelligence.

On the other hand, an Israeli settlement ran over a Palestinian citizen near the Mughrabi Gate, one of the gates of the blessed "Al-Aqsa", in occupied Jerusalem, resulting in him being injured and bruised.

It is noteworthy that, last Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 17 Palestinians from the West Bank. According to the Palestinian News Agency, the forces arrested 4 people from Hebron, 7 others from Bethlehem, 3 from Ramallah governorate, two from Nablus and another from Tulkarm.