Report: 357 Palestinians arrested by Israeli occupation in November

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The Israeli occupation army abducted last month 357 Palestinian citizens and one Palestinian detainee died due to medical negligence in Israeli prisons, a report by a studies centre revealed.

Three ladies, two from occupied Jerusalem and one from Ramallah, were among the Palestinians arrested by Israeli occupation troops over the past month.

Israeli occupation forces abducted the Palestine TV reporter Christine al-Rinawi before releasing her a while later, in addition to the journalist Bushra al-Tawil who was transferred to administrative detention.

Ramallah saw the largest number of Palestinian citizens kidnapped by the Israeli occupation army, with 103 arrests, followed by Jerusalem, with 85 arrests, Hebron, 60 arrests, Bethlehem and Nablus, with 22 arrests each, Tulkarm, with 20 arrests, Jenin, with 19 arrests, Qalqilya, with 11 arrests, Tubas, with four arrests, and Salfit and Jericho, with two arrests each. 

During November, Israeli occupation forces arrested three Palestinians from the besieged Gaza Strip and three others from the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories.

The report explained that more than 20 Palestinian workers were abducted by Israeli occupation troops at their workplaces in the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories.

Over the past month, the Israeli occupation army kidnapped 31 Palestinian children, 17 of them from occupied Jerusalem, five from Ramallah, five from Hebron, and three from Bethlehem, and one from Nablus. 

Palestinian detainee Kamal Abu Waer, a 46-year-old resident of Jenin, died inside Israeli prison due to medical negligence.

Abu Waer, who suffered from throat cancer and was given six life sentences and 50 years in jail, has been incarcerated since 2003 in Israeli prisons.