West Bank, Agencies - The Israeli army has raided Palestinian houses in the occupied West Bank, arresting more than two dozen people.
The arrests made on Wednesday included a 16-year-old boy from Nablus, an elderly man from Hebron , as well as a member of the Palestinian Authority’s security forces.
The Israeli military regularly attacks different areas in East Jerusalem as well as the occupied West Bank to arrest Palestinian activists and civilians, mostly without any charges.
On November 17, Israeli forces attacked the village of Abu Dis in East Jerusalem, injuring 40 people including university students.
On November 15, four Palestinian children, aged five to nine, were handcuffed and detained by Israeli forces for more than an hour.
The Israeli soldiers arrested the children during a protest rally in Kafr Qaddum, a village in the north of the occupied West Bank.
On November 7, a Palestinian man was shot dead by Israeli troops at an intersection in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
According to Palestinian rights groups, over a dozen Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces in the first half of 2013. Israeli troops also seized nearly 1,800 Palestinians, including women and children, during the same period.