OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested a 15-year-old boy in Silwan town in occupied Jerusalem on Thursday less than three months after his release from Israeli custody, local sources reported.
They said that special units, intelligence agents accompanied the IOF unit that captured the boy Ali Abu Diyab under the command of the area's commanding officer.
They recalled that Abu Diyab was released on bail by the Jerusalem Magistrate court on 27/6/2011 after ordering him to house arrest for 14 days along with a fine.
The sources noted that the IOF soldiers arrested three other minors in the same age category with no reasons known so far.
Confrontations took place in Ras Al-Amud suburb in occupied Jerusalem on Wednesday night after young men threw stones at a vehicle for Israeli police.
Locals reported violent clashes in which Israeli security forces used stun grenades and fired many teargas canisters into the densely populated area.
Meanwhile, IOF soldiers arrested three Palestinians, including a university student, in Nablus after wreaking havoc on their homes.
In Al-Khalil, the soldiers detained a Palestinian citizen south of the city and broke into many homes in a further escalation of the recent targeting of the city and its environs.
The IOF troops at dawn Thursday launched a large-scale operation in Jenin and its villages, storming homes, and searching them, and combing nearby valleys.
Local sources said that in one such operation the soldiers broke into the home of Fawzi Sharqawi in Zababde village, east of Jenin, and ordered four of his sons to report to the intelligence headquarters in Salem.
IOF troops round up minors in Silwan, others in Nablus