Occupation Forces Detain Nine Palestinian Civilians from the West Bank and Gaza

Israeli forces stormed, on Tuesday, various parts of the West Bank and detained nine Palestinian civilians from the occupied West Bank and the besieged Gaza Strip, local sources have reported.

Soldiers detained, on Tuesday, an unidentified Palestinian southeast of Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, taking him to an unknown location.

In the northern West Bank, occupation forces detained, on Tuesday afternoon, three civilians when they attempted to pass through a military roadblock in Bal’a town, northeast of Tulkarem.

The brothers, identified as Thaer Omar, Mahmoud Omar, and Ibrahim Sami Omar, from the Nour Shams refugee camp, east of Tulkarem, were detained by occupation soldiers and taken to an unknown location.

On Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers invaded the homes of three Palestinian civilians in Al-Yamoun town, west of Jenin in the northern West Bank, before taking them into custody.

According to eyewitnesses, Israeli troops detained Maher Khamayseh, a former prisoner, Munir Khamayseh, in addition to Raed Salah Abu Hassan.

At dawn Tuesday, occupation forces stormed the home of former prisoner, Abdel Rahman Walid Daoud Saleh, 26, in Al-‘Ein refugee camp known as Camp Number 1, adjacent to Nablus in the northern West Bank.

Furthermore, soldiers detained, on Tuesday, a Palestinian young man identified as Hassan Salim Zeidan, from Beit Qad village, located east of Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank.

Sources: WAFA, WAFA, Quds Press, WAFA

Photo: Quds Press

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