Israeli forces conducted raids in various areas across the West Bank and Jerusalem on Monday, September 4th, resulting in the arrest of 11 Palestinians.
Local sources reported that large Israeli forces entered the town of Tamoun in Tubas Governorate, and raided several homes, leading to violent confrontations where Israeli forces used live ammunition and tear gas against Palestinians.
As a result,, a 60-year-old woman was injured by shrapnel from an Israeli bullet in the head and was subsequently taken to the hospital.
In Ramallah, in the central West Bank, Hanan al-Barghouthi, the sister of Palestinian prisoner Nael al-Barghouthi, was arrested from her home in the northern town of Qabatiya.
Yaser Fahel from the same town was also arrested, and the town saw confrontations with Israeli forces. Mohammed Sameer al-Masri from Kafr Malik, east of Ramallah, was also detained.
The arrests extended to include Nahed Abu Kashk and Hisham Jaddallah from Askar Refugee Camp in Nablus after their homes were raided. Aql Ramez Aql from Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya, was also arrested.
In Jerusalem, Israeli forces arrested two young men, Hassan Abu al-Raish and Majd al-Kalouni, after raiding their homes in the town of al-Eizariya.
In Hebron, in the southern West Bank, Israeli forces arrested former prisoner Tawfiq Haroub and his son Ahmed from their home in the town of Dura in the south.
Israeli forces continue to engage in semi-daily incursions and arrests across the West Bank, perpetuating a climate of fear and instability for Palestinian communities. These routine operations involve raids on Palestinian homes, arbitrary detentions, and the disruption of daily life.
Significantly, IOF carried out a substantial wave of arrests during the month of August, targeting a total of 510 Palestinians, including 44 children and 7 women, across the West Bank, Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip, as documented by the Palestinian Center for Prisoners’ Studies.