Early Wednesday morning, Israeli occupation forces raided various residences in the West Bank and Jerusalem, kidnapping 12 Palestinians, two of whom were minors.
Sources within Jenin reported that Israeli occupation Forces assigned to the area had taken Ahmed Abu Aziz and his father, Muhammad Awwad Abu Aziz, prisoners after they stormed the city and raided their homes in the eastern part of town.
The Israeli occupation forces’ use of sound grenades sparked a fire in the home of Ahmed, resulting in damages to his house; while the Civil Defense crews battled to put out the flames.
The Israeli occupation forces conducted a raid on Jaba’, a town situated south of Jenin, when Israeli “Arabized” military units had infiltrated and arrested Karam and Hakim Al-Hudhud, brothers. This sparked a confrontation between the youth and the occupation forces however, no casualties were reported.
Two young men, Khalil Abu Ghadeeb and Bahaa Al-Tayyan, were also taken into custody by Israeli occupation forces from the northern West Bank city of Nablus, after their homes were raided. During the occupation forces’ withdrawal from Al-Ma’ajin neighborhood, gunshots were fired at them.
Israeli occupation forces raided four citizens’ homes in Jerusalem, leading to their arrests.
According to sources, the Israeli occupation forces kidnapped Adam Ghaith, Saleh Al-Hadra, and Aysar Abu Sbitan from Al-Tur town as well as Ayham Al-Salaymeh from Ras Al-Amoud neighborhood, following a raid and a search of their relatives’ homes.
At first light this morning, Israeli occupation forces conducted a raid on residences in the villages of Husan and Za’tara in the Bethlehem area of the southern West Bank.
Last night, the Israeli occupation forces kidnapped two Palestinian children from the town of Husan, located west of Bethlehem.
Local authorities reported that the Israeli forces had arrested two minors, Nasri Alaa Sabateen, 15 and Habib Mohammed Sharif Sabateen, 15, while they were both standing outside their homes in “Al-Mashhad”, located near the western entrance of the village.
It was reported that Israeli forces had broken into Za’tara and searched through some dwellings, allegedly belonging to Raafat Nayef Al-Wahsh, Youssef Al-Bu, and Fadi Battah, without any individuals being taken into custody.