Israeli forces, overnight Sunday, detained a number of Palestinian young men, including a high school student, in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Information Center reported.
Local sources said the Israeli army stormed Deir Sammit town, west of Hebron, in the southern West Bank, ransacked homes, and detained Mohamed al-Sharawneh, 36, after searching his home.
A young Palestinian resident of Dura town, in Hebron, identified as Khalil Assous, was also taken into custody by Israeli soldiers, as he was on his way to his workplace in Israel, he was transferred to Ofer prison.
Two young men were detained during Israeli army campaigns, namely Saleh al-Rifa’ei, 17, from Kafr Ein village southwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank, and one in the northern Qalqilia district.
In occupied Jerusalem, Israeli police forces detained a young man from at-Tur neighborhood in the east of the Old City and an elderly man named Abdul-Rahim Barbar from his home in Silwan district.
Israeli occupation forces, overnight Saturday, detained Palestinian youths during search campaigns throughout the occupied West Bank, the PIC further reported.
Local sources said that Israeli soldiers detained a 21 year old Palestinian man from his home in Shuweika suburb in Tulkarem city, in the northern West Bank.
Two more young men, identified as Ali Hafiz and Nasrallah al-Shalabi, were detained from their homes in Attil town, north of Tulkarem.
In the northern West Bank district of Qalqilia, Israeli troops detained a Palestinian youth named Amjad al-Far, at a flying military roadblock, leading to the main city.
One additional Palestinian young man was taken into custody by the army at the main entrance to Marda town, in Salfit, also in the northern West Bank.