‘Israel’ arrests QNN correspondent in occupied Hebron

Occupied Hebron (QNN)- Israeli occupation forces arrested on Saturday journalist Abdel Muhsen Shalaldeh in Saer village in occupied Hebron.

Media sources said that Israeli occupation soldiers broke into the house of Shalaldeh before arresting and taking him to an unknown destination.

Local sources said that Israeli soldiers also other locals of Saer after breaking into their houses and vandalizing it.

In the same vein, Israeli occupation soldiers arrested a young man identified as Yousuf Shweiki while he was passing through a checkpoint near Gush Etzion illegal settlement in southern Bethlehem.

Another young man identified as Imad Kalbouneh was arrested at Huwarah checkpoint in Nablus.

In occupied Jerusalem, Israeli forces arrested a 16-year-old boy identified as Islam Obeid after breaking into his house in Issawiyyeh after midnight.

Shalaldeh has been previously subjected to many Israeli assaults. In December 2018, he was attacked and beaten by the Yasam Israeli unit before they took him to interrogation.

Shalaldeh has previously told QNN that the occupation state “is trying to prevent us from doing our moral, national, and journalistic duty, but we will continue to do our job and we will never weaken or be broken or silenced. As long as their violations continue, our voices will get louder to expose their crimes”.

Abdel Muhsen Shalaldeh (26 years old) from Saer in occuied Hebron. He works as a correspondent for QNN and other media institutions.

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