Overnight, the Israeli occupation forces arrested several young Palestinians from Hebron, Jenin, Nablus, Qalqilya and from occupied East Jerusalem.
At least 11 Palestinians were detained in Hebron district. Husam Ismael Zalloum, his brother Sadeq, Samer Adnan Salhab, 18, his brother Tha’er, 20, Abdul-Rahim Monther Abdul-Basset, 21, in addition to Rami Hisham Sharif.
In Yatta, south Hebron, a local popular committee stated that the IOF detained Ayman ‘Ayesh Mohammad ‘Ayyash, 18, Anas Mohammad Reb’ey, 24, his brother Adham, 22, Kayed Khalil Reb’ey, 22, and a former political prisoner identified as Mohammad Khaled Shawaheen, 27.
As reported by the International Middle East Media Center (IMEMC), the Israeli soldiers also invaded the city of Jenin, and nearby communities, and kidnapped Islam Ali Azayza, 19, Tamer Azmi Nashrati, 19, Luay Hussein Bali, 20, and Sakhr ‘Ateeq, 20.
In Tulkarem, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, the IOF kidnapped Haitham Adwan from Far’on village.
In Nablus, also in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, the IOF kidnapped Mohammad Yassin al-Bahsh, while crossing the Huwwara roadblock, while resident Anas Ziad Bakeer was kidnapped in Azzoun town, near Qalqilia.
In the Ramallah district, the Israeli soldiers invaded Silwad town, and kidnapped Omar Abu Alia, 23, and Tal’at Abu Hadeed.
In addition, the Israeli soldiers kidnapped a Palestinian child, identified as Sabreen Mujahid Sanad, 14, after stopping her on a military roadblock, south of Bethlehem, as stated by IMEMC.
The IOF also stormed the occupied East Jerusalem village of al-Issawiya early on Tuesday, detaining six Palestinians.
According to IMEMC, the Israeli soldiers invaded homes in the al-‘Eesawiyya town, searched them and kidnapped six Palestinians identified as Nour Sultan ‘Abed, Mohammad Ghadheb ‘Abed, his brother Salama, Yazan Ali Obeid, Mohammad Mobtasem Obeid, and Majdi Abu Tayeh
The Israeli occupation forces have conducted hundreds of detention raids in occupied East Jerusalem and in the occupied West Bank since the beginning of October.
According to Addameer, in October alone, just short of 1,000 Palestinians, including 147 children, were detained by Israeli forces.