West Bank, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation army has detained two young Palestinian men during a pre-dawn raid into the occupied northern West Bank city of Nablus.
Local sources said that Israeli occupation forces broke into the eastern area of Nablus and detained Mohammad Tabanja during a raid on his sister's home.
The Israeli occupation army also stormed a residential building, raided and ransacked the apartment of Palestinian detainee Naim Idris, who was detained a week ago at the Huwara military checkpoint.
Meanwhile, a large number of Israeli occupation soldiers, accompanied by several military vehicles, broke into Salim, east of Nablus, and stormed and ransacked more than 25 Palestinian homes in the town.
The Israeli occupation army detained Ahmad Essa during a raid on his home and expropriate 2,500 shekels ($685).
The Israeli occupation army conducts detention campaigns and raids in the occupied West Bank on a daily basis, detaining Palestinian citizens and storming and ransacking homes.
The Israeli occupation is holding around 4,900 Palestinian detainees, including 34 women and nearly 160 children, according to Palestinian prisoners' rights organizations.