Israel detains five Palestinians from Nablus, Jerusalem
Five young Palestinians were arrested after Israeli forces raided and searched their homes Tuesday. (AFP/Thomas Coex)
Israeli forces detained two youths from Nablus and three teens from Jerusalem early Tuesday, a prisoners' rights group said.
The Palestinian Prisoner's Society said that Israeli forces raided the Rujaib village in Nablus and detained brothers Ahmad and Halabi Radi al-Halabi after raiding and searching their home.
The Israeli authorities also detained three Palestinian teens after raiding their homes in the al-Wad neighborhood in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Lawyer of the Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association identified the three detainees as Abd al-Nasser Abu Snineh, 12, Mustafa Abu Snineh, 12, and Omar Ghneim, 12.
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