RAMALLAH – At least 32 Palestinians were arrested on Sunday night by the Israeli occupation forces during a new campaign arrest in several provinces of the occupied West Bank, according to the Palestinian prisoner's club.
"The Israeli army stormed several areas in Ramallah province and arrested 21 Palestinians, including 14 others in Kobar village, in the north of Ramallah city," the club said. Palestinian prisoner in a statement, resumed Monday by the Palestinian news agency, Wafa.
Israeli forces also arrested two other Palestinians from the Ya'bad locality in Jenin province, in the northern occupied West Bank.
Israeli police also arrested nine Palestinians from several areas in occupied Al-Quds. One group among them was released according to the same source, subject to house arrest for five days.
Some 6,489 Palestinians have been arrested in 2018 by Israeli armed forces, according to a report by the Palestinian Committee of Prisoners and Ex-Prisoners for the Year.