IOF detain 20 Palestinians in West Bank raids

IOF detain 20 Palestinians in West Bank raids

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IOF detain 20 Palestinians in West Bank raidsIOF detain 20 Palestinians in West Bank raids
The Gaza Post|The News of Palestine-West bank

Israeli forces Monday detained at least 20 Palestinians, including a blind man, as they managed and did multiple predawn sudden attacks across the West Bank, said Palestine Prisoner‘s Society and security sources.

Israeli forces detained a Palestinian man and his two sons after wildly searching his home in Bethlehem in the southern West Bank.

They also detained two Palestinians after storming their family home in Husan village, west ofBethlehem.

In other places in Bethlehem district, forces broke into Abu Freiha area, east of Beit Sahour, anddetained two Palestinians.

Forces managed and did/done multiple overnight sudden attacks across the northern West Bankdistrict of Nablus, detaining six Palestinians, including a 24-year-old blind man.

In Qalqiliya, forces managed and did a sudden attack into Sanniriya town, south ofQalqiliya, where they beat and detained a Palestinian and caused terrible damage into manyhomes.

In other places in the northern West Bank, a Palestinian from Jaba, south of Jenin, was detainedat Huwwara checkpoint, south of Nablus.

Another Palestinian was detained after being stopped by Israeli troops who set up a flyingcheckpoint at the entrance of Zababdeh, southeast of Jenin.

In the meantime, troops detained two Palestinians during sudden attacks across Ramallah andal-Bireh district in the central West Bank.

 

In Jerusalem district, police detained a Palestinian after storming his family home in Shufat refugee camp.

They also detained another Palestinian at Bab al-Silsila (Gate of the Chain) leading to Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

This came as Israeli authorities placed former Palestinian minister Wasfi Kabha under administrative detention for four months, days after he was detained from his home in Jenin.

 

 

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