Israeli Soldiers, Undercover Forces Detain Eight Palestinians in West Bank



Israeli forces and police arrested eight Palestinians across West Bank and raided a village and carried out an intensive search campaign, said local and security sources.

According to security sources, Israeli army detained Suhaib Qasim, 37 from Jabal Mawalih area in the city center after raiding and searching his home, WAFA reported.

To the South in Beit Fajjar town, soldiers detained an 18-year-old man who was identified as Hani Diriya after raiding and inspecting the family home.

In Hebron, Israeli forces detained a young man from Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron. According to security sources, soldiers raided several homes before arresting 18-year-old Majed Sabarneh.

Israeli soldiers also raided other towns such as Sa’ir, Samou’ and Surif and raided several houses.

Meanwhile in Jerusalem, Israeli police detained three boys from Silwan, the old city and Ram. The detainees were identified as 16-year-old Muhammad Zaghal, 17-year-old Eyad Asili. The third boy remains unknown until the moment.

Following the detention in Ram, clashes erupted between the soldiers and the youth until the early hours of the morning.

To the North of the West Bank, undercover Israeli police dressed in civilian clothes detained two young men from Jenin refugee camp.

Witnesses told WAFA, the two young men were identified Suhaib and Aboud Saadi, 22, 29.

Israeli forces raided Kafl Haris village, southwest of Salfit and searched the homes near the main road close to the illegal settlement of Ariel.

Local sources told WAFA that 14 patrols and around 50 soldiers raided the village and fired tear gas canisters and sound bombs.

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