Israeli Soldiers Detain Dozens outside the Temple Walls: Revelation 11

Israeli forces detained several Palestinian civilians from various parts of the West Bank, over night Friday, including 12 from Hebron, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported.

It said Israeli forces detained 12 Palestinian civilians from the southern occupied West Bank city of Hebron, namely;

Yaqoub Abu Hadid,

Bassam Zughair,

Nadim Amjad Telhami,

Muhammad Fayez Yunus,

Muhammad Murshid Rajoub,

Ghadanfar Eichmann Abu Atwan,

Amjad Al Nammoura,

Raafat Abu Sebaa,

Muhammad Baradei,

Ali Baradei,

Siraj Ishaq Abu Hashhash, and

Muhammad Fawzi Al-Wawi.

From the northern occupied West Bank city of Tubas, Israeli soldiers detained;

Mu’tasim Ahmad Daraghmeh, and

Ahed Abd al-Karim Daraghmeh.

Three young men were detained from Jenin refugee camp in the northern West Bank, namely;

Muhammad Ramzi Khalil Huwail, 18,

Muhammad Abdullah Stiti, 19, and

Muhammad Munther Ja`ais, 19.

One Palestinian young man, named Hisham Bashiti, was detained from the central West Bank city of occupied Jerusalem.

Israeli troops also detained three Palestinians from the northern West Bank city of Nablus, namely;

Abdullah Bashkar,

Muntasir Khader Najjar, 26, and

Abdullah Khaled Al-Selwadi.

Israeli forces detained three young Palestinian men in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, on Friday, Quds News Network reported.

The sources said Israeli soldiers, at the separation fence on the eastern edge of Khan Younis, detained three Palestinian civilians for being in the area.

No further information was available at the time of this report.

In related news, Israeli forces, Saturday, detained a Palestinian farmer and international solidarity activists, west of Salfit, the Palestinian Information Center reported.

International activists were reported to be helping with the olive harvesting on Amer Abu Hajleh’s land, near the illegal Yakir Israeli settlement, in the northern occupied West Bank.

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