Israeli at dawn Sunday continued to carry out their daily campaigns in different West Bank areas, where they stormed several homes and kidnapped citizens
The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Sunday continued to carry out their daily campaigns in different West Bank areas, where they stormed several homes and kidnapped citizens, according to PIC.
Maariv newspaper claimed the Israeli army and the Shin Bet arrested 14 wanted Palestinians, 12 of them accused of carrying out attacks or intending to attack Israeli targets and citizens.
The newspaper noted that 21 Palestinians had been detained by the Israeli security and military authorities during the holiday of the Jewish new year and at the end of last week.
In a related context, Palestinian local sources in the West Bank reported that the IOF kidnapped four Palestinian young men from their homes in different areas of Beit Lahm ('Bethlehem') province.
Six others, including a journalist, were taken prisoners during IOF campaigns in Qalqilya city and the nearby town of Jayyous.
Eyewitnesses told PIC that Israeli forces broke into and ransacked the house of journalist Ragheed Tabisa in Qalqilya, confiscated his cellphone and personal belongings, and then rounded him up.
In al-Khalil, the IOF raided homes and stores in different areas, kidnapped a Palestinian young man, and handed others summonses for interrogation from the Shin Bet.
The IOF also kidnapped last night a young man called Mamoun al-Natsheh from a street in Tel Rumeida neighborhood after he was allegedly found in possession of a knife.