Israeli occupation forces arrested Friday evening, 17 December, seven Palestinians including children from the village of Faqu’a, northeast of Jenin.
Local media sources reported that Israeli military troops invaded the village of Faqu’a and detained 7 Palestinians among them at least 5 children while they were near the apartheid wall erected above their village lands.
The detainees were identified as Raad Amin Diab, Qassem Abu Eid, Hadi Dhafer Abu Salem, Youssef Abu Salama, Zaid Mahmoud Barakat, Sultan Jalghoum, and Omar Khaddour.
4,700 Palestinians are currently being held behind bars in 23 Israeli-run prisons and detention centers across the Palestinian-occupied lands, according to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club (PPC).
The rights group also noted that the Palestinian detainees include 34 female prisoners, 150 children as well as 835 administrative detainees.