Israeli occupation forces detain 19 Palestinians from the occupied territories

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Israeli forces Wednesday carried out large-scale detention raids across the West Bank, detaining 19 Palestinians, according to local and security sources.

Israeli forces rounded up eight Palestinians after ransacking their families’ homes in Beit Ummar town, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

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During the raid-and-arrest campaign, the soldiers broke into people’s houses and assaulted family members before ransacking the houses.

Soldiers also detained two Palestinians from Jabal Johar neighborhood of Hebron.

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The occupation also raided Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, and detained one Palestinian In Ramallah district, the Israeli military stormed Deir Nidham village, northwest of the city, where soldiers rounded up two teenagers, both aged 18.

In Jenin, the occupation forces arrested four citizens, and they are: the two freed prisoners, Abd al-Basit al-Hajj, Abd al-Rahim Sami al-Hajj, Raiq Anis Shaaban (35 years), and Ahmad Rayq Shaba.

In Ramallah, the occupation forces arrested two citizens, namely: Nasser Saqr Al-Souti (18 years), and Muslim Dawood Yahya (18 years).

In Tubas, the occupation forces arrested, today, Thursday, Maram Daraghmeh, after they raided her home in the village of Ain al-Bayda in the northern Jordan Valley.

A 50-year-old man was also grabbed by undercover soldiers at a butchery in al-Khader town, south of the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem.


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