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Hamas: PA security services arrest 184 citizens last month
Hamas: PA security services arrest 184 citizens last month
[ 04/10/2012 - 01:32 PM ]

RAMALLAH, (PIC)-- The Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, confirmed the PA security services in the occupied West Bank has stepped up its arrest campaign against supporters and cadres of the movement during the month of September.

Hamas’s information office issued its monthly report documenting the breaches of the PA in Ramallah. The report confirmed that the PA security services carried out an arrest campaign against the supporters and cadres of Hamas, where they arrested 184 citizens during September, most of them are liberated and former detainees, imams of mosques, and activists in the popular movement against the Oslo agreement, corruption and price rises in the occupied West Bank. .

The report revealed the violations and practices of Oslo group in West Bank where the PA security services launched numerous summonses and raids in several towns and cities of the West Bank in an attempt to cover up the political and economic failure and the dire situation of Fayyad's illegitimate government.

The report also indicated PA security services’ inhuman and illegal practices in WB where they tortured the kidnappers and refused to release them despite court rulings. The detainees in PA prisons have been exposed to psychological and physical torture, the report added.

The report revealed the violations and practices of the Oslo group in the West Bank where the PA security services launched numerous raids of Hamas supporters and cadres' houses in several towns and cities of the West Bank to suppress any popular movement against the policy of Fayyad's government.

The information office’s report also pointed out to the security coordination between the PA security services and the Israeli occupation army including exchange of arrest roles, effective information exchange, and several secret meetings.

The report included a detailed summary and statistical tables and data that revealed the detainees' names and villages.

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