The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) reported that Israeli forces detained 15 Palestinian civilians, Thursday, from the occupied West Bank, two of whom were released after lengthy interrogation by occupation authorities.

The PPS said that three citizens were detained from the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem, namely; Usaid Othman Rajih Sulaiman, 26, who was later released, in addition to Rami Asaad Shalbaya, 38, and Mahmoud Shehadeh Khalil, 28.

From different towns in Ramallah city, in the central West Bank, soldiers detained Ahmed Zahran, a former prisoner, who was later released, Wael Muhammad Atta, Maher Jamil Abdo, 33, and Ahmed Mahmoud Taha, 54.

From the northernmost city of Jenin, Israeli forces detained Imad Omar Abu Al-Hija and Raed Fathallah Hantoli, both former prisoners, in addition to three Palestinians from Tubas, namely; Obadah Abd al-Majid al-Masri, Abdullah Bashir Daraghmeh, and Ubaidah Haitham Daraghmeh.

From the town of Burin in Nablus, in the northern West Bank, Israeli soldiers detained Muhammad Mazhar Zaben, the PPS added.

In the al-‘Isawiya neighborhood in occupied city of Jerusalem, under full Israeli control, 2 Palestinian civilians were detained by the Israeli military, including a child; Montaser Sabtah, 14, and Mahmoud Saadi al-Rajabi, 24.