Israeli forces detained, on Thursday, dozens of Palestinian civilians from various parts of the occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA).
In the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem, soldiers invaded the home of a student at the Palestine Technical University, identified as Ahmed Jamal Sawi, 20, before detaining him.
North of Tulkarem, in Deir al-Ghosoun town, soldiers stormed the home of Ibrahim Ayoub Shalhoub before detaining him and taking him to an unknown location.
Soldiers also invaded and ransacked the homes of four former political prisoners from Arraba and Sanour towns, south of Jenin, in the northern West Bank.
At dawn Thursday, soldiers invaded civilian homes in the Nablus governorate in the northern West Bank and detained another seven Palestinian young men.
The detainees were identified as Ziad Gharbiyya, Hani Abu Sara, Shehada Habayla and Mohammad Hamdan.
In the city of Nablus, Israeli troops detained Hassan Tuffaha from Al-Dahiya area, Anas Shtayyeh from Mutah Street, and Hamza Tabanja from Khallet Al-Amoud.
From Tell town, southwest of Nablus, soldiers detained Ibrahim Mustafa Abed, in addition to Ayoub Ramzi Dwaikat, Omar al-Shakhsheer, and Ibrahim Dwaeikat, from the Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus.
Occupation forces stormed the homes of six civilians from Al-‘Isawiya neighborhood, in East Jerusalem, they were identified as Alaa Abu Ryala, his brother Omar Musa Abu Ryala, in addition to their cousin Rashad Amjad Abu Ryala, Ahmed Hussein Derbas, Muhammad Hussein Derbas, and Khalil Odeh.
In the central West Bank governorate of Bethlehem, soldiers detained five more civilians and handed another a summons for interrogation.
From Al-Saff Street in Bethlehem city, soldiers detained Mahdi Omar Ziada.
Soldiers detained Muhammad Nidal Manasra, Abdul Karim Ayyad and his son Bilal, and Ramez Al-Lahham, all from the Deheisheh refugee camp south of the city, and summoned Ahmed Ramez Burqan for interrogation with Israeli Intelligence.
Furthermore, Israeli troops detained Khuzama Ghaith from the city of Hebron.
Finally, soldiers detained nine residents of the Al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, identified as Abdel-Majid Jawabra, Mahmoud Jawabra, Maher Jamal Abu Warda, Muhammad Shehadeh, Omar Abdel-Karim Khamis, Issa Abu Ghazi, Mahmoud Abu Ghazi, Muhammad Fathi Shehadeh, and Rani Muhammad Hdeib.
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