Israeli troops detained 30 Palestinian citizens in military raids on many Palestinian cities across the occupied West Bank on Thursday, August 24.
Storming occupied Hebron, Israeli forces detained 14 Palestinians after breaking into their houses in the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, brutally searching them, and vandalising their contents.
Consequently, confrontations broke out where Israeli forces fired toxic tear gas bombs at Palestinian citizens, suffocating many of them.
In Jenin, Israeli forces attacked Palestinian houses in the towns of Qabatia and Al-Arqa at dawn today and detained five citizens, sparking confrontations in both towns.
During confrontations, Israeli troops fired live bullets, tear gas and sound bombs at the citizens, injuring many of them.
Most of the detained Palestinians are ex-detainees who served many years inside the Israeli occupation prisons.
Local Palestinian sources reported that Israeli special forces had infiltrated the Al-Yasmina Neighborhood in Nablus, followed by Israeli forces and military vehicles.
They besieged the house of Palestinian citizen Ekrima Al-Khammash and detained him, terrorizing the residents there.
Daily, Israeli troops storm the Palestinian cities and towns of the occupied West Bank, including Jerusalem, detaining, killing, and injuring citizens there.
Last July only, they detained 530 Palestinian citizens, including 42 kids and 8 females, during many military raids across occupied Palestine.