The security services of the authority attacked the family in Salem, a town east of Nablus, early dawn on Sunday, injuring several members of the political detainee and victim of Israeli persecution Musab Shtayyeh’s family.
A joint force of the security services stormed Akef Shtayyeh’s home after midnight as he was getting ready to receive his son Suhaib, who was due to be released from the occupation prisons today, Sunday. They beat the family members, causing some of them to sustain injuries, bruises, and gas suffocation.
According to Shtayyeh, the security services brutally raided our home against all rules, battered my family members, resulting in injuries, tried to arrest my elderly brother, and would not have left us or the house if it weren’t for the outrage of the community.
“All of this is to serve as a welcome sign for my captive son, who will be released,” he continued. Its message reads: “The family and loved ones receive their captive son.” It does not belong to any organization.
Musab’s uncle, Amin Shtayyeh, explained that the joint force invaded the home and ordered the residents to take down a banner greeting the prisoner Suhaib that had been up in front of the home by the families of the two martyrs, Wadih al-Houh and Muhammad al-Azizi.
He continued by saying that his brother Awad Allah was beaten by security personnel because he refused to comply with their request to drop the barricade and insisted that they do it themselves because it was raised in the street rather than on the house.
Family members who attempted to stop the attack and defend themselves were also assaulted, and there were clashes between the town’s residents and the police force.