JERUSALEM, June 4, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli forces detained early Thursday eleven Palestinians from West Bank districts, said security sources and detainees’ families.
Israeli police stormed al-Madares Street in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabal al-Mukaber, where they proceeded to detain two Palestinians.
The detainees were identified as Ahmad, 23, and ‘Atta ‘Uwaisat, 43.
They also stormed the Silwan neighborhood of ‘Ayn al-Loza, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, where they proceeded to detain a Palestinian after breaking into and ransacking his home.
The detainee was identified as ‘Ali Abu Diab, 19.
Meanwhile in Hebron city in the southern West Bank, Israeli forces detained three Palestinians. They were identified as Nasr Abu Hadid as well as Muhammad and Amjad Abu Turki.
In Nablus district, troops raided Kufr Qalil, a village to the south of the city, where they broke into and ransacked several homes and detained three Palestinians, said Head of Kufr Qalil Local Village Council, Samir Sayel.
Sayel identified the detainees as ‘Asem, 23, and Nabil ‘Amer, 25, and Saddam Mansour, 25.
Meanwhile in Ramallah district, a military force stormed Silwad, a town to the east of the city, where they broke into several homes and detained two Palestinians.
The detainees were identified as ‘Ali, 19, and Tareq Hamed, 21.
Israeli forces have recently conducted extensive raid and detention operations in the town, arresting 18 residents and detaining over 10 children for several hours before releasing them.
In Bethlehem district, forces raided Taqou town, located to the east of the city, where they stormed and ransacked several homes.
The homeowners were identified as Hamza, Hasan, and Mahmoud Jibril, Ibrahim ‘Issa and Muhammad Za‘oul.
They also stormed Husan town to the west of the city, breaking into and ransacking two homes. The homeowners were identified as ‘Ayed and Ahmad Za‘oul.