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PA security arrest two freed captives and raid the home of a Hamas leader
PA security arrest two freed captives and raid the home of a Hamas leader
[ 16/10/2011 - 10:25 AM ]

WEST BANK, (PIC)-- PA security arrested two freed captives in al-Khalil and raided the home of Ahmad Dawlat in Nablus. They told a family of a captive who is expected to be released that they are not allowed to celebrate.

In al-Khalil district, the preventive security arrested Tawfiq al-Qawasmi and Mahmoud Abu Skheidem from their homes on Saturday evening, both of them freed captives. They also raided the home of freed captive Fahd al-Qawasmi, but he was not at home.

In Nablus, the preventive security agents besieged the home of Hamas leader and former captive in occupation jails Ahmad Dawlat at midnight Saturday. They raided and ransacked the house and confiscated his computer and personal documents.

In Ramallah, the PA general intelligence released freed captive and university student Adham Abu Arqoub hours after raiding his home and detaining him.

PA security also warned the family of Nael al-Sakhel, who is expected to be freed soon, against raising Hamas’s flags to celebrate his release from occupation jails.

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