Occupied WB, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Monday at dawn detained at least 11 Palestinian people, including two Hamas leading members during raids targeted multiple districts across the occupied West Bank towns and cities.
Local sources reported that the IOF forces broke into the city of Nablus and detained ex-detainee and a professor at An-Najah University Mustafa al-Shennar from his house, as well as detained ex-detainee Omar al-Hanbaly.
In addition, the IOF forces detained 19-year-old youth Tareq Ishtayyeh, after raiding his house in the town of Salem, east of the city of Nablus.
As of Jenin, the IOF forces broke into the city’s refugee camp and Qabatiya town, detained four youths and ransacked several houses.
Locals in the city reported that the IOF forces broke into the town of Qabatiya and detained three citizens named as Qusai Hanaysha, Muthanna Kumail, Mo’men Abu al-Rab.
In the same context, the IOF forces broke into the eastern part of the city of Jenin and erected a military checkpoint in the bypass road.
Regarding the Bethlehem city, the IOF forces broke into it and detained four youths from the Dheisheh refugee camp and the Doha town.
Locals in the city said that the IOF forces detained brothers Ali and Othman Arafa, Tareq Arafa and Wael Salem from the Dheisheh refugee camp, southeast of the city, whereas detained youth Taqi Manasrah, after raiding and ransacking his family house in the town of Doha.
Israeli occupation forces routinely carry out arrest raids in the occupied West Bank. Around 40 percent of Palestinian men living in the occupied territories have been detained by the occupation state at some point in their lives.