Israeli occupation forces detained Thursday, September 15 several Palestinians after breaking into their homes during military raids across the occupied West Bank.
Local media sources reported that the Israeli occupation forces broke into Jenin, Hebron, and occupied Jerusalem detaining at least 18 Palestinians after raiding their houses in multiple raids across the occupied West Bank.
In the south of the occupied West Bank, IOF invaded Hebron city and detained 9 Palestinians including 2 brothers.
The detainees are the freed Palestinian prisoner Qutaiba Jaradat along with Majdi Muhammad Arif Jaradat, Ahmed Hassan Al-Farroukh, Moamen Aziz Al-Farroukh, Ahmed Kamal Ghunaimat, Majd Abdul Ghaffar Ghunaimat, and the two brothers, Amer, and Nasser Ismail Abu Fanar after storming their homes in Sa’ir and Surif towns.
In the occupied Jerusalem, the 2 young Palestinian men, Moataz and Bahaa Rajabi, and their father reported that Israeli occupation forces broke into their house in Batn Al-Hawa neighborhood in Silwan, south of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and kidnapped them together with the young Jerusalemite youth, Khader Al-Ajlouni.
In Jenin, Israeli heavily-armed forces barged their way into Jenin, broke into several houses, and abducted at least 11 Palestinians.
The Israeli occupation has been conducting near-daily raids in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem since the start of the year during which around 607 Palestinians have been detained so far in August.