(WAFA) – The Israeli occupation authorities detained at least 20 Palestinians, including a father and his son, and siblings, in raids at their homes throughout the occupied territories, according to various Palestinian sources.
They said soldiers detained at least seven Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem and surrounding areas, including two brothers from the town of Hizma, northeast of Jerusalem, and a 15-year-old boy from Isawiyya neighborhood of Jerusalem.
In the Hebron district in the south of the West Bank, soldiers detained a father and his son in the village of Beit Kahil, northwest of Hebron, after raiding and ransacking their home.
At least seven Palestinians were detained from various villages and towns in the Hebron district.
In the north of the West Bank, soldiers raided various areas in the Jenin district and detained at least five people, including two siblings aged 17 and 20, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Society office in Jenin.
Furthermore, on Monday evening, undercover Israeli forces kidnapped three Palestinians from Abu Dis town, south of Jerusalem city, according to a local source.
Mohammad Hijazi told WAFA that an undercover unit, known as Mista’arvim, sneaked their way into the vicinity of the section of Israel’s apartheid wall in the town, and kidnapped the three youths, including two brothers.