SANAA, Oct. 22 (YPA) – The Zionist enemy forces arrested five Palestinian men from separate areas of the West Bank, on Wednesday night and at dawn on Thursday.
According to Palestinian sources, the mayor of Sebastia, Muhammad Azim, said: The enemy forces closed the entrances to the main town, infiltrated the archaeological site, and arrested three young men.
The archaeological sites in the West Bank have been exposed since the end of the eighties to the attempts of the Zionist entity to place them under its administration.
The town is subjected to frequent incursions by the enemy forces, and the frequent closure of the archaeological site, to secure entry of Jewish tourists who perform religious rituals, claiming that they are Zionist lands.
In addition, the enemy forces stormed the town of Dura, north of Hebron, and raided several homes and proceeded to search them in the village of Uyun Abu Saif, south of the city of Dura, south of Hebron, which is close to the colony of Najahot.
In the context, the enemy forces arrested two young men from Balata camp, east of Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank.
Local sources reported that the enemy forces stormed Balata camp amid heavy shooting, and arrested two young men after storming their homes.