Israeli Forces Detain Several Palestinians from the Occupied West Bank


Israeli forces detained, on Sunday at night and early Monday, several Palestinian civilians from various areas in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) reported.

In the northern part of the West Bank, in Al-Yamoun town, west of Jenin, soldiers detained a Palestinian youth identified as; Youssef Abdel Wahab Freihat.

In Tammun town, south of Tubas in the northeastern part of the West Bank, the army stormed and searched the home of former prisoner Nasser Bani Matar, before detaining him.

Soldiers invaded the Ramallah and al-Biereh governorate and detained four Palestinian civilians, one of whom is a former prisoner from al-Mazra‘a al-Gharbiya village, northwest of Ramallah, identified as; Khalil Akram Ladawa.

The other detained young men were identified as; Abdul Ghani Al-Hajiji from Qarawat Bani Zeid village, northwest of Ramallah, Sinar Hamad from Saffa village, west of Ramallah city, and Ayoub Rasmi Abu Alia from al-Mughayyir village, northeast of Ramallah.

Occupation forces detained an unidentified young man from Al-Wad Street in Old City of occupied Jerusalem, while undercover Israeli agents abducted another young man from Sultan Suleiman Street in East Jerusalem.

Soldiers stormed Husan town, west of Bethlehem in the southern occupied West Bank and detained nine Palestinian civilians identified as; Hamza Ahmed Zaalul, Youssef Jamal Sabateen, Muhammad Daoud Sabateen, Muhammad Basil Sabateen, Ibrahim Naji Hamamra, brothers Sanad and Zaid Muhammad Hamamra, Muhannad Hani Hamamra, and Muhammad Mustafa Shousha.


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