Occupied Syrian Golan , SANA- Israeli occupation forces detained Hisham Fares Sha’alan after storming his house in Ein Qenia village in the occupied Syrian Golan.

Israeli occupation forces stormed Sha’alan’s house yesterday evening, searched it, and vandalized its contents without any justification.

An Israeli occupation court in al-Nasera city extended Sha’alan detention for seven more days on the pretext of “further investigations.”

Sha’alan detention came after Israeli occupation forces arrested activist Sedqi al-Maqet on February 25, Fida’a Majed al-Sha’er from Majdal Shams town, and Shiekh Atef Ali Darweech from Boqa’atha village on March 2nd.

Qabas/ Hazem Sabbagh

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