RAMALLAH – At Least Eleven (11) Palestinians were arrested on Wednesday by Israeli occupation forces in the West Bank, Palestinian news agency Wafa reported, citing the Palestinian prisoner's club.
"Israeli occupation forces raided various areas of the occupied West Bank, searched several houses and arrested 11 Palestinians." The Palestinian prisoner's club reported the arrest of ten Palestinians in Beit-Lehem, including teenagers, in addition to an eleventh in Tulkarem.
Several neighborhoods were raided by the Israeli army on Wednesday in Ramallah and Al-Bireh in the occupied West Bank, Wafa reported. On Tuesday, at least five other Palestinians were arrested in the "Abu Shukheidim" village north of Ramallah, including a father and his three sons, according to a Palestinian security source.
Another Palestinian youth was arrested in the "Budrus" village west of Ramallah, in addition to another at the "Al-Ama'ary" refugee camp, according to the agency. Israeli forces also invested and damaged the interior of another Palestinian's home in Ramallah.
In Beit-Lehem, three more Palestinians were arrested by Israeli soldiers in Beit Fujjar locality south of Beit-Lehem at his home, while a teenager from "Tuqu" locality was arrested at is from the same province. Last Tuesday and Wednesday, twenty-four Palestinians were arrested by Israeli occupying forces in various areas of the West Bank.