Israeli forces arrested 15 Palestinians from the southern West Bank Tuesday. The raid spanned southern Bethlehem to southern Hebron city. The southern Hebron village of Dura lost nine residents after a quick home raid and search. At dawn Israeli forces also stormed villages in the southwest, and arrested four people on the specific orders of Israeli intelligence Shapak. In addition, three were arrested from the northern areas of Hebron city.
Meanwhile in the West Bank city of Jericho, Israeli army troops took two prisoners during an invasion to the city. Local sources said that troops stormed the city center and took two residents, identified as Sobhi Al Sa’ow and Nasser Al Anani, to an unknown location.
In Bethlehem city, central West Bank, Israeli troops stormed Aida refugee camp in the city and the nearby Taqua village early in Tuesday morning. Troops searched and ransacked several homes in the village and the refugee camp and arrested two youth from the village and took them to unknown locations, eyewitnesses reported.
The army invaded several villages around the West Bank city of Jenin on Tuesday and arrested one resident there. Troops stormed the villages of Qabatia, Abu Da’eef and Beit Kad and searched several houses before arresting Ahmad Eliat, 22 from Abu Da’eef village and taking him to an unknown location, security sources reported.