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Four Beit Ommar Residents Arrested During Night Raid
Palestine Solidarity, Apr 29, 2012

On April 23, 2012, at about 3:00 am, Israeli soldiers broke into the house of Ahmad Abu Hashem, a member of the Popular Committee of Beit Ommar, for the second time in a week. This time they arrested his 15-year-old son Mohamad Ahmad Khalil Abu Hashem. In total, four people were arrested during the raid last night. Three of them are under the age of 18. Those arrested were: Mohamad Ahmad Khalil Abu Hashem, 15 years old. Tareq Jamal Khalil Abu Maria, 17 years old. Badran Jalal Badran Abu Ayash, 15 years old. Wahed Hamdi Abu Maria, 44 years old. The soldiers broke into their houses at night and harassed the families and fired several canisters of teargas. The ambulance was called because people were injured after inhaling the gas. 19 people have been arrested from Beit Ommar so far this month, and 13 of these are under the age of 18. Night raids are almost a nightly occurrence in Beit Ommar, to create fear in the community and to discourage people from resisting the occupation. Residents of Beit Ommar are frequently arrested with no charges held against them, and usually have to pay fines between 1000 and 4000 shekels in order to be released.


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