Israeli Forces Detain 60 Palestinians across Occupied West Bank

Israeli forces on a regular basis storm Palestinian cities and villages in the occupied West Bank to arrest Palestinian popular activists. (Photo: via WAFA)

At least 60 Palestinians were detained on Monday during Israeli military raids throughout the occupied West Bank.

The Israeli occupation forces detained at least 60 Palestinians on Monday, in several raids throughout the occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Commission and Prisoner Society.

According to the prisoners’ rights group, most of the arrests were carried out in the Deheisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem where 15 people were detained ranging in age between 19 and 62.

The Israeli forces raided Jericho and its refugee camps where they detained 10 people.

In the Ramallah governorate, Israeli soldiers detained eight people from various villages and towns, including a man and his son in the town of Silwad.

In the Jalazone refugee camp, a 34-year-old man was beaten, his house was ransacked, walls torn down, and his car destroyed.

Four university students were also detained in the town of Abu Dis, east of Jerusalem, and another was detained in the Silwan neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.

The latest detention campaign raised the total detained since October 7 to 3,540.


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