Early Friday morning, Israeli occupation forces kidnapped 10 Palestinians and destroyed a workshop in Tulkarm located in the northern part of the occupied West Bank. Local sources confirmed this information.
The armed forces kidnapped two Palestinians from Izbat at-Tayyah, located east of Tulkarm, and another from Bal’a town, situated northeast of the city.
Afterwards, the Israeli occupation forces detonated a carpentry business owned by a captive, which had been built as an addition to their home, burning the entire area and reducing it to ruins.
In Jenin, a convoy of Israeli military vehicles invaded Sanur village, which is located to the south of the town, during which two Palestinians were arrested and the homes of their families were searched.
In al-Mughayyir village, east of Ramallah, Israeli occupation forces forcefully entered, looking through at least three homes and ultimately taking away four people, one of them being a father with his already detained son.
Israeli occupation forces engage in almost daily raids on Palestinian homes throughout the West Bank under the guise of hunting for “suspects”, leading to hostile confrontations with Palestinian locals.