Israeli Forces Detain Nine Palestinians from West Bank

Hebron, – Israeli forces Monday detained nine Palestinians and summoned another, mostly during overnight raids across a number of West Bank districts, said security sources and a detainee’s family.

Forces raided Hebron city, storming several houses, detaining two Palestinians and summoning another.

The detainees were identified as Nour Qafisha, 19, and Munjed Qawasmeh, 21.

During Hebron city raid, forces handed Lama Khater a notice ordering her to appear before intelligence in the Gush Etzion detention and interrogation center, according to (WAFA) news agency.

Elsewhere in Hebron district, forces detained Muhammad Rabba’ during an overnight raid into Adh-Dhahiriya town, southwest of Hebron city.

They also raided Beit Awwa town, west of Hebron, handcuffed and re-detained Bajes As-Sweiti, 40.

Elsewhere in the southern West Bank district of Hebron, forces detained two Palestinians during a predawn raid into Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron.

Local popular committee spokesperson Muhammad Awad identified the detainees as Abdul-Jalil Khlayel, 20, and Mujahed Abu Fanus, 19.

To the north of Hebron, forces detained Sabri Abed-Rabbu, 25, after breaking into and searching his family house in Bethlehem city.

This came as two Palestinians were handcuffed and detained from the northern West Bank.

Forces detained Netham Bsharat during a raid into Tammun village, south of Tubas city.

Elsewhere in the northern West Bank, Israeli troops re-detained Tawfiq Nazzal, 31, after stopping his at a military checkpoint near the Hebron town of Adh-Dhahiriyah.

The detention of Tawfiq, who comes from the Jenin town of Qabatiya, came shortly after he being held for seven months in the Israeli prison of Naqab.

Source: Qatar News Agency