RAMALLAH (The Inside Palestine) – Israeli occupation forces raided early this morning several Palestinian towns and villages in the occupied territories and detained at least 15 people, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS) and local sources.
In the Jenin district in the north of the West Bank, Israeli occupation forces raided the town of Qabatya, south of Jenin, and detained three people, including two brothers, said the PPS.
Another Palestinian was detained in Jenin refugee camp and a fifth in Burqin town after soldiers have raided their family homes and ransacked them.
In the Ramallah district, soldiers raided the village of Aboud, west of Ramallah, and detained one resident after raiding and ransacking his family home.
The soldiers also detained a former prisoner from the village of Kufr Malik after raiding his residence in the town of Birzeit, north of Ramallah, said local sources.
In Tulkarm city in the north of the West Bank, soldiers detained two Palestinians aged 54 and 52 years, and a third from Noor Shams refugee camp after raiding their homes.
Soldiers also raided the city of Tubas and detained a Palestinian resident after raiding and searching his home, two days after detaining his brother, said the PPS.
The others were detained in Nablus and Jerusalem districts.