The Israeli police arrest 11 young men from Kafr Kanna

The arrests carried out by the Israeli police came as part of a campaign it is implementing for the third week in a row

Jerusalem24 – Today, Tuesday, the Israeli police arrested 11 young men from the town of Kafr Kanna in the 1948 territories, where they were transferred for investigation, before they were presented to the court, to extend their detention.

The arrests carried out by the Israeli police came as part of a campaign it is implementing for the third week in a row, against the backdrop of protests and struggle activities against the aggression against our people in Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, and the attacks carried out by settlers against citizens.

Yesterday, Monday, several towns, including Kafr Kanna, Arara, and Ara in the Triangle, witnessed a campaign of raids and arrests, during which the attacks of the Israeli police against citizens were documented, and their courts released detainees from Shafa Amr, Albin and Bir al-Massur under restrictive conditions.

Furthermore, the Arab Emergency Authority reported that it had monitored more than 1,700 arrests and 300 cases of attacks on citizens or property within the territories of 1948 during the recent events.

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