Israeli occupation forces kidnapped a minimum of six Palestinians early Friday morning from the West Bank districts of Hebron and Tubas, according to local and security sources.
Israeli occupation forces reportedly raided the southern part of Hebron in the occupied West Bank, detaining two Palestinians and thoroughly searching the homes of their relatives, leaving them in disarray.
Another person from al–Arroub refugee camp, located north of the city, was kidnapped by the occupation forces.
The occupation forces captured three more Palestinians, one of which was a disabled ex-detainee, from Aqqaba, which is situated north of Tubas city, and they proceeded to investigate the homes of the Palestinians‘ families.
At the western entrance of Beit Fajjar town on Thursday evening, Israeli occupation forces at a flying checkpoint detained a local resident. The town is located south of Bethlehem.
Undercover Israeli forces in a vehicle that was registered to a Palestinian civilian infiltrated the edges of Jenin refugee camp and kidnapped a Palestinian.
At the northwestern entrance to Jericho city, occupation forces stationed at the checkpoint detained another person, who they identified as coming from al–Far‘a refugee camp, located south of Tubas.
Israeli forces conduct almost daily operations in Palestinian houses in the West Bank, claiming they are searching for “wanted“ Palestinians, often resulting in confrontations with locals.
These raids, which occur in Palestinian Authority–controlled areas, are not required to have a search warrant and occur whenever and wherever the Israeli occupation chooses to exercise its expansive discretionary authority.