A wide series of arrests in the village of Esawyeh
October 23, 2017

The occupation forces executed a series of arrests in the village of Esawyeh in Jerusalem on Monday early morning.

Mohammad Abu Hummos, member of follow-up committee in the village of Esawyeh, explained that large Israeli forces and intelligence personnel raided the village of Esawyeh after midnight from all entrances and were supported by a helicopter. After deploying in the village, they raided several houses and executed arrests.

The minors’ lawyer at Wadi Hilweh Information Center, Mohammad Mahmoud, explained that the Israeli forces transferred the detainees of the village of Esawyeh to Salah Eddin Street police station, Al-Qishleh police center in the Old City of Jerusalem, Al-Maskobyeh in West Jerusalem, a detention center in Abu Ghneim settlement and O’z police center in Jabal Al-Mukabber; the lawyer visited them in the detention centers. The police accused the detainees of throwing stones.

Lawyer Mahmoud said the detainees were:

  1. Ahmad Abdel Salam Abu Roumi (18)
  2. Wasim Eyad Dari (15)
  3. Yousef Issa Mustafa (17)
  4. Ahmad Abdel Ra’ouf Mahmoud (15)
  5. Mohammad Tawfiq Abu Hummos (16)
  6. Amir Othman Darwish (15)
  7. Adam Kayed Mahmoud (17)
  8. Qusai Ahmad Dari (17)
  9. Ma’moon Basel Mahmoud (17)
  10. Yazan Zakaria Hirbawi (17)
  11. Majd Marwan Dari (15)
  12. Fadi Ra’fat Essawi (16)
  13. Mohammad Ibrahim Mustafa (14)
  14. Ayoub Ali Abu Hummos (16)
  15. Adam Khaled Abu Shamaleh (17)
  16. Saleh Bader Abu Asab (17)
  17. Odai Ali Dirbas (17)
  18. Khaled Mohammad Mustafa (15)
  19. Mohammad Zakaria Alayan (17)
  20. Hussam Samih Alayan (17)
  21. Abdel Qader Dari (18)
  22. Tarek Mahmoud (15)
  23. Yazan N’aji (17)
  24. Sami Abu Rmeileh 916)
  25. Adam Abdellatif Alayan (12)
  26. Mohammad Abdel Ra’ouf Mahmoud (17)
  27. Tarek Essawi (16)

Among the detainees of the village of Esawyeh were several young men, they are:

  1. Walid Tawfiq Abu Hummos
  2. Abdel Ra’ouf Mustafa
  3. Ala’ Ahmad Dari
  4. Mohammad Ramadan Masri
  5. Mohammad Hussein Obeid
  6. Yousef Tarek Darwish
  7. Mansour Mahmoud
  8. Emad Mohammad Abu Ryaleh
  9. Mohammad Atyeh
  10. Mahmoud Ahmad Rajabi

Wadi Hilweh Information Center was informed that the occupation forces also arrested another group of young men from the village under the pretext of “accumulation of unpaid debt”.