Days of Palestine - Ramallah
Israeli occupation forces Today, Monday arrested many citizens during their storming of various areas in the occupied West Bank and handed over a report to review their intelligence.
The city of Jenin witnessed a storming of the occupation forces, who arrested the young man, Ahmed Abu Nasser, after raiding the camp.
From the city of Ramallah, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the citizen Tayseer Hassan Abu Shorbak, Saeed Abbas, and Sennar Hamad after raiding their homes in the city. They also arrested the two youths, Muhammad and Shaha and Khaled Habash, from Birzeit town, north of the city.
Coinciding with the storming of the town of Birzeit, the Israeli occupation forces handed the brothers of the martyr Moataz Weshah reports to review their intelligence.
The Israeli occupation forces also stormed the headquarters of the Health Work Committees Foundation in "Marhaba roof" in the city of Al-Bireh and confiscated computers and files, coinciding with the arrest of the institution’s accounting official, Tayseer Shalbak.
In the town of Deir Nizam, the Israeli occupation soldiers surrounded several houses of military barracks and raised Israeli flags on their roofs in the village, west of Ramallah.
In Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces arrested Basil Haitham Al-Badawi from Al-Arroub camp, and Muhammad Yusef Al-Muzain.
Local sources from Bethlehem reported that the Israeli occupation forces arrested Obaidah Atallah Al-Amor (17 years) from the town of Tekoa, and Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Khatib (22 years) from Aida camp, after they raided their homes and searched them.
The Israeli occupation forces also arrested the 20-year-old young man Musab Fazaa Al-Kilani, after they raided his relatives' house and tampered with its contents, while the young Yazan Al-Masri was injured by Israeli bullets during clashes in Tubas.
Separated areas in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem witness daily nighttime incursions, interspersed with raids and searches of homes, vandalizing their contents, and terrorizing their residents, especially women and children.