More Palestinians Detained as Israeli Forces Carry Out Military Raids in Occupied West Bank

Israeli occupation forces stormed several Palestinian cities in the occupied West Bank. (Photo: via WAFA)

More Palestinians were detained by Israeli occupation forces that stormed several Palestinian towns, cities and refugee camps throughout the Occupied West Bank.

Israeli forces carried out several military raids and continued with their massive detention campaign into the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem on Tuesday overnight, Al-Jazeera reported.

According to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club, at least 65 Palestinians were detained on Tuesday overnight by Israeli forces throughout the occupied West Bank.

Israeli occupation forces stormed the Palestinian towns of Anata, and Issawiya near occupied Jerusalem.

They also invaded the Shuafat refugee camp at dawn on Wednesday and destroyed the home of Palestinian prisoner Mohammed Al-Zalbani.


Additionally, Israeli occupation forces raided the Aqabat Jabr and Ain Sultan refugee camps in the Jericho Governorate.

They also stormed the towns of Beita and Tal in the Nablus Governorate where they arrested several Palestinian activists.

In the city of Hebron (Al-Khalil), the Israeli army detained two journalists, bringing the number of journalists arrested since October 7 to 24.

Israeli forces detained more Palestinians in the Hebron Governorate, Bethlehem, Ramallah, and Qalqilya.

Anadolu news agency also reported that Israeli occupation forces stormed the Birzeit University campus near Ramallah with 6 military vehicles.

Israeli forces on a regular basis storm Palestinian cities and villages in the occupied West Bank to arrest Palestinian activists.

Israel’s detention campaign intensified following the beginning of the war on Gaza on October 7, following a surprise attack by the Palestinian Resistance movement Hamas in southern Israel.

Over the last 33 days, Israeli occupation forces have killed 163 Palestinians and detained over 2,200 throughout the occupied West Bank.

(The Palestine Chronicle)

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