Israeli forces detain 13-year-old Palestinian boy for 'filming raid' in West Bank

Israeli forces detain 13-year-old Palestinian boy for 'filming raid' in West Bank

Israeli forces assaulted and detained 13-year-old Mohammad Shahin Al-Arda from the Palestinian town of Arraba, south of Jenin, for filming the Israeli forces during the incursion into the town, according to local reports.

The forces assaulted and detained the boy in the town of Arraba [Getty]

Israeli forces arrested a 13-year-old Palestinian boy in the early hours of Sunday, for reportedly filming the forces during an incursion into the town of Arraba, the New Arab's Arabic language site Al-Araby Al-Jadeed reported.

The forces assaulted and detained the boy, identified as Mohammad Shahin Al-Arda, in the town of Arraba, south of Jenin, the report said.

Israeli forces also arrested former Palestinian prisoner Mohammad Areeda Mohammad from his home in Arraba.

In Jenin, clashes broke out between residents and occupation forces following a raid in the village of Faqqua east of the city.

In Nablus, clashes erupted between residents and Israeli forces in the town of Beita, following Israeli raids on residential and commercial areas and inspections of surveillance camera recording devices.

Israeli forces arrested former Palestinian prisoner Ibrahim Mustafa Abed while passing through a checkpoint in Hawara, south of Nablus.

In occupied Jerusalem, Israeli settlers entered the courtyards of al-Aqsa Mosque early on Sunday under the protection of Israeli forces. They carried out provocative tours, and performed rituals and prayers in the mosque's compound.

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