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One Martyr and 200 Detainees During July

One Martyr and 200 Detainees During July

RAMALLAH, (PIC)-- The Israeli forces have killed one Palestinian and arrested 200 during July throughout West Bank and Gaza strip, Tadamun Foundation for human rights revealed.

Ahmad al-Bitawi, a researcher at the foundation, stated that Moataz Idris Sharawna, 19, was martyred after being hit by an Israeli jeep during clashes that erupted in Dura in al-Khalil.

The foundation's report said that 200 Palestinians were detained during July including 40 minors between the ages of 12-18 years and 10 university students who study abroad.

Nearly 70 Palestinians were arrested in al-Khalil, 32 were detained in Nablus, 30 in Ramallah and al-Bireh, 25 in Jerusalem, 23 in Jenin, and 2 in Gaza strip.

The report pointed out that among the detainees were a Palestinian deputy, a university lecturers, two journalists and liberated prisoners.

Several Palestinians were arrested at Israeli checkpoints set up throughout West Bank and Erez crossing of the Gaza strip in addition to the Karama border crossing of the West Bank.

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