Occupied Palestine (QNN) – Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday at dawn detained at least seven Palestinian citizens during campaign of raids across several districts of the occupied West Bank.
local sources reported that Israeli forces broke into the city of Nablus and detained Amir Abu Riala from his home in the city’s Balata refugee camp.
The sources added that the Israeli forces also stormed a factory in the village of Kafr Qaleel, south of Nablus, and detained two Palestinian youths, named Khaled Abu al-Su’oud and Osama Dweikat.
In the same context, the Israeli forces broke into the town of Qibya, west of the city of Ramallah, and detained ex-detainee Ali Ghizan and took him to an unknown destiny.
Moreover, the Israeli forces detained ex-detainee Mohammed Nidal from the city of Ramallah as well.
In addition, the Israeli forces detained 39-year-old Fadi Omar from the city of Bethlehem, while detained ex-detainee Khalil al-Furukh from the town of Sair, east of the city of Hebron.
Israeli occupation forces routinely carry out arrest raids in the West Bank. Around 40 percent of Palestinian men living in the occupied territories have been detained by Israel at some point in their lives.
(Source / 20.04.2022)