Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) launched Tuesday, July 11, 2023, a large-scale detention campaign in separate parts of the occupied West Bank, which included confrontations in some areas.
The Palestinian Prisoners Club reported that the occupation forces kidnapped a number of Palestinian citizens, who were sent for interrogation, under the pretext of participating in popular resistance.
Confrontations took place during the occupation forces’ storming of the new “Askar” camp, east of occupied Nablus, in the northern West Bank, during which a young Palestinian man was wounded with live bullets in the neck.
Israeli occupation forces kidnapped the two freed prisoners, Ashraf Abu Faour and Suleiman Al-Kaabi, after raiding and searching their homes and destroying their contents in the new “Askar” camp.
Meanwhile, occupation forces stormed the town of “Al-Arqa” in Jenin Governorate, which led to confrontations, during which a number of Palestinian residents suffocated. They also stormed the villages of Jalboun, Beit Qad, and Faqqu’a, and set up ambushes and mobile checkpoints.
The occupation forces kidnapped the two young Palestinian men, Waheed Sabih and Saleh Sa’abneh, from the town of “Fahma”, south of occupied Jenin.
Israeli occupation authorities currently hold some 4900 Palestinians in prisons, including 160 children and 31 women.