Israel arrests 400 Palestinians in 10 days

2015-10-10 17:58
A masked Palestinian uses a slingshot to throw stones towards Israeli army troops during clashes in the West Bank village of Kfar Qaddum. (Thomas Coex, AFP)

A masked Palestinian uses a slingshot to throw stones towards Israeli army troops during clashes in the West Bank village of Kfar Qaddum. (Thomas Coex, AFP)

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Ramallah - Israeli security forces have arrested approximately 400 Palestinians since the 1 October outbreak of violence in the occupied West Bank and annexed east Jerusalem, the Palestinian Prisoner Club said on Saturday.

Approximately half of them were aged 14-20, and 100 were arrested in east Jerusalem, the Palestinian group said.

Beginning with the murder of two settlers on 1 October, four Israelis have been killed, as have been 20 Palestinians, seven of them allegedly perpetrators of stabbing attacks against Jews.

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