Israeli forces detained, on Monday, several Palestinian civilians in various parts of the occupied Palestinian territories and shot one, according to local sources.
In the besieged Gaza Strip, the Israeli Navy detained two Palestinian fishermen off the coast of Gaza City and confiscated their boat.
Correspondent for the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) stated that the two fishermen, identified as Awad Tariq Bakr and Jabr Tariq Bakr, were sailing three miles off the coast when Navy members detained them and confiscated their fishing boat.
In the northern occupied West Bank, Israeli soldiers chased Palestinian workers who were attempting to cross the Apartheid wall heading to their places of work inside of Israel (the 1948 occupied lands).
Sources said that the army chased and assaulted the workers, fired tear gas canisters at them and detained a number of them in the village of Far’un, south of Tulkarem.
The army invaded a number of towns south of Jenin, in the northern West Bank, shot one young man and detained two former prisoners.
Occupation forces invaded Al-Zababda town, south of Jenin, which caused Palestinian youths to confront the army, who opened fire and shot Rabie Amjad Al-Far, 18, in the foot with a live round.
Soldiers stormed the village of Musaliya, south of Jenin, and detained a former prisoner, identified as Salim Abu al-Rub, in addition to invading Qabatiya town, south of Jenin, and detained another former prisoner, identified as Amjad al-Damuni.
Armed confrontations between resistance fighters and the occupation soldiers was reported.
Occupation forces detained several Palestinian civilians from Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, including leaders of the Hamas and Islamic Jihad movements, in addition to former prisoners, Quds Press reported.
The army detained Sheikh Khader Al-Hroub, an alleged leader in the Hamas movement, as well as two former prisoners, identified as Sheikh Ismail Al-Hroub, and Tawfiq Al-Hroub.
Meanwhile, soldiers interrogated three brothers, identified as Khader, Issa and Youssef Muhammad Deeb Al-Hroub from Deir Samet, south of Hebron, releasing them after several hours.
Monday, April 25, 2022 – 07:37 AM
They also arrested the brothers Khader, Issa and Youssef Muhammad Deeb Al-Hroub, from the town of Deir Samet town, west of Hebron, for several hours, and released them after interrogation.
The army detained Khalil Muhammad Al-Kharouf, a former prisoner and alleged leader of the Islamic Jihad movement, from Idna town, west of Hebron.
Soldiers also detained Khalil Awawdeh, the brother of hunger striking administrative detainee, Khalil Awawdeh, who has been on hunger strike for 53 days as of Monday.
From Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, the army detained a father, Murshid Muhammad Zaqeq, and his three sons, identified as Muhammad, Muhannad and Majdi Murshid Zaqeq.
Soldiers stationed at a flying military roadblock, detained Wael Sebta, near Al-‘Isawiya town in occupied Jerusalem.
Furthermore, according to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center (Silwanic), twelve-year-old Ahmed Mansour Zahida, was summoned for interrogation by occupation forces.