The arrest of a dealer at the Erez checkpoint raises the number of detainees since the beginning of the year to 6 people

The Israeli army arrested a trader from Gaza Friday morning upon his arrival at the Beit Hanoun / Erez checkpoint on Friday morning, bringing the number of arrests to 6 since the beginning of the year.

The Palestinian Prisoners Center for Studies confirmed in a press statement that the occupation intelligence at Beit Hanoun crossing, which supervises the issuance of permits and interviewing residents of the Gaza Strip who want to move to the West Bank, was arrested on Friday morning, the merchant "Ammar Muhammad Jundiya" (38 years), from the Shujaiya neighborhood east Gaza as he heads to the West Bank through the barrier.

And the "Palestinian prisoners" indicated that the occupation intelligence on the same crossing had arrested the two merchants, "Abdel Karim Sami Abu Saada," 32 years ago, and "Ahmed Muhammad Eid Sobh" (48 years). A resident of Gaza, as they left the Strip, crossed the Beit Hanoun / Erez checkpoint and killed them to investigate in Ashkelon, while at the beginning of last February, the merchant, Amer Saad Baraka, was arrested while traveling to the West Bank.

He added, "Palestinian prisoners" that the occupation forces arrested last January citizens at the checkpoint, they are "Walid Mustafa Salem" (43 years) while leaving the sector heading to the Jordan Bridge for travel, and the merchant "Salah Abdel-Malik Al-Qara" (38 years) residents of Khan Yunis during He went to see the intelligence, to obtain a permit to move.

The Center accused the occupation authorities of using the crossings to stir up the population in the Gaza Strip, blackmailing them, exploiting their humanitarian needs and their compulsive need to travel, bargaining for work with the occupation, and providing information in exchange for allowing them to cross, especially patients and their companions without any concern for the deterioration of their health conditions.


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