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Zionist occupation arrests 20 Palestinians from West Bank and Gaza Strip

Zionist occupation forces arrested today, Tuesday, 20 Palestinians from Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

The fishermen’s committees reported that the occupation forces “arrested 4 fishermen in Al-Sudaniah area, northwest of Gaza City,” explaining that Israeli navy boats “attacked the fishermen’s boats before arresting 4 of them, and took them to an unknown destination.”

Last night, Israeli navy opened fire at fishermen’s boats, but no injuries were reported.

On the other hand, the Zionist occupation forces arrested, at dawn today, six Palestinians during their storming of separate areas of Ramallah, including two freed prisoners.

In Hebron, the occupation forces arrested seven Palestinians from Hebron governorate, including brothers, after they raided and searched their homes.

In Jordan Valley, the occupation forces arrested a young man from the town of Tamoun while passing through Hamra military checkpoint, while two Palestinians were arrested from the town of Laisawiya in occupied Jerusalem.

Zionist occupation forces launch a campaign of arrests and raids on a daily basis in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem, as part of their repressive practices against the Palestinian people.

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