BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – Israeli forces stormed several West Bank neighborhoods in the Bethlehem, Nablus and Ramallah districts early Thursday morning and detained 10 young Palestinian men.
Locals in Nablus told Ma’an that Israeli forces raided the villages of Huwwara and Burqa as well as Ras al-Ein neighborhood in Nablus city. 19-year-old Raed Yaeish and 21-year-old Ala al-Barq were detained in Ras al-Ein neighborhood, they said.
In Burqa in northwest Nablus, Israeli troops detained Karim Mahmoud Shadid, 18.
Abdul-Hadi Dmeidi, 37, was detained from his house in Huwwara south of Nablus, according to locals.
In the southern West Bank, Israeli forces raided the town of Beit Fajjar and al-Saff neighborhood of Bethlehem city and detained six Palestinians.
Locals told Ma’an that several houses were ransacked in the al-Saff neighborhood before Israeli troops detained 21-year-old Sami al-Hreimi, his brother Layth, 19, Shehadah Muhammad Shehadah al-Taamari, 23, and Hamzah Hasan al-Kamil, 26.
In Beit Fajjar south of Bethlehem, Israeli forces detained 55-year-old Munir Ali Taqatqa, and 20-year-old Muatasim Mahmoud Taqatqa after ransacking their homes.
Israeli forces also raided Um al-Sharayit neighborhood of Ramallah in the central West Bank and detained Diyaa Qashou.
An Israeli army spokeswoman said nine Palestinians were detained overnight.