Israeli forces, early Wednesday, abducted 10 Palestinians from West Bank districts, according to reports by security sources and an activist.WAFA reports that forces raided al-‘Eizariya town, to the east of Jerusalem, as local Palestinians took to the streets in solidarity with Palestinian detainee Muhammad Allan, age 31, who is has been hunger striking for around 65 days and woke from a four-day coma on Tuesday afternoon.
During the violent clashes that erupted in the aftermath of the raid, forces kidnapped two Palestinians identified as Ra’fat and Mustafa al-Shawwa.
Furthermore, Israeli police seized another Palestinian after breaking into and ransacking his house in the Old City of Jerusalem. The detainee was identified as Mohammad ‘Abdul-Latif.
Police also raided al-‘Issawiya town to the north of the city, where they took a Palestinian identified as Munir Mahmoud.
Meanwhile, in the Nablus district, forces raided Salem, a village to the east of the city, where they detained a Palestinian after breaking into and ransacking his house. The detainee was identified as Mohammad Ishtayyeh.
Israeli forces stationed at a military checkpoint at the northern entrance of Beit Furik to the southeast of the city stopped and kidnapped two Palestinians identified as Fadi Mlaitat and Ahmad Abu Hait.
In the meantime, in Hebron district, forces raided al-Fawwar refugee camp to the south of the city, where they proceeded to abduct a local Palestinian after breaking into and ransacking his house. The man was identified as Shehada Zaqqut, aged 22.
Forces stationed at al-Karama border crossing, also known as Allenby, kidnapped a Palestinian while he was traveling to Jordan. The detainee was identified as Mahmoud Ikhlail, 21, who had been detained in Israeli prisons for a year.
Meanwhile, in the Jericho district, forces took into Israeli custody a Palestinian after breaking into and ransacking several houses, including his house, in al-‘Auja town to the north of the city. The detainee was identified as Mohammad ‘Awad, 50.
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