Four Palestinians were injured on Monday in an Israeli police raid on the home of Jerusalem Governor, Adnan Ghaith in occupied East Jerusalem, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society.
A statement by the Agency said the four were hurt after being beaten by Israeli police in Silwan neighbourhood in Jerusalem, Anadolu News Agency reports.
The four were treated by medics at the scene, the statement said.
According to an Anadolu Agency reporter, Israeli police raided the Governor's house, but did not make any arrests.
There was no comment from Israeli police on the report.
The Governor's office said, in a statement, that Israeli police stormed the house and assaulted his family.
The Governor was injured on his hand, the statement said.
The Governor has been detained several times previously by Israeli forces.
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