Israeli forces raid homes across the West Bank, detain 18

HEBRON (Ma’an) — Israeli forces detained 18 Palestinians across the West Bank overnight Wednesday, raiding and searching several homes.

An Israeli army spokeswoman told Ma’an the 18 were suspected for illegal activity but had no further regarding details of the alleged activity.

Three were detained from Hebron, locals identifying one detainee Zaid Shaker al-Juneidi, who was detained after Israeli forces raiding his home in Hebron, as well as several other homes in the area.

Five were detained from Ramallah and Bethlehem areas respectively, includingMuhammed Fares Ash’al, 20, from the village of Bilin, where anIsraeli force of six military vehicles raided the home of Fares Yassin Ash’al house in early morning before detaining his son.

The forces also detained a Palestinian security services member from the Askar refugee camp at the Zaatara checkpoint in southern Nablus and raided several homes in the Beit Furik and Rujeib villages in the surrounding areas.

Palestinian security sources told Ma’an that clashes erupted as Israeli forces raided the Beit Furik village while searching a house belonging to Nidal Aref Abd al-Latif Hanani.
Israeli forces also raided the Rujeib village in eastern Nablus and searched a grocery store belonging to Imad Jamal Halabi.

The Israeli army spokesperson added that two Palestinians were also detained from both Qalqilya and Jenin.

There are currently around 6,000 Palestinians being held in Israeli jails

Source: Islamic News Daily

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