Occupation Forces Detain Nine Palestinian Young Men in the West Bank, Summons Two for Interrogation

Israeli forces detained, on Thursday, nine Palestinian civilians from the Jenin, Jerusalem, and Hebron governorates in the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

Occupation forces stormed, on Thursday, several areas in the Jenin governorate in the northern West Bank, where they detained three young men.

One young man, identified as Laith Muhammad Hayef Sbeihat, was detained by the army from his home in Rummanah village, northeast of Jenin city.

From Qabatia town, south of Jenin, soldiers detained Haitham Abu Al-Rub, and from Burqin town, west of Jenin, occupation forces detained Muhannad Munir Mahmoud Abu Shadouf.

In occupied Jerusalem, Israeli soldiers detained five Palestinian men identified as Musa Al-Farra, Shadi Badr, and Basil Al-Abbasi from their homes in the Jouret Al-Anab area of the city.

From the Bir Ayoub area in the Silwan neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem, soldiers detained two young men identified as Imran Khaddour, and Muhammad Burqan.

Soldiers stormed and searched two civilian homes in the southern Hebron governorate, detained one young man and delivered summonses to two young men for interrogation.

After storming and rifling through the home of Muhammad Mahfouz, in the Haret al-Sheikh area of Hebron, soldiers detained the young man.

Meanwhile, members of the Israeli military invaded and searched the home of Hebron resident Hayan Al-Qawasmeh without detaining him.

Soldiers stormed the Al-Arroub refugee camp and handed summonses to two young men to attend interrogation session with the Israeli intelligence.



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