Occupation forces detain 14 Palestinians across West Bank


Israeli occupation forces last night arrested 14 Palestinians during raids across the occupied West Bank, according to local sources and witnesses. In Jenin province, north of the occupied West Bank, Israeli army stormed the town of Al-Yamun and arrested three brothers after raiding and searching their homes. The three were identified as Ameer, Adel and Ali Jaabari. In Ramallah province, in the center of the West Bank, Israeli troops arrested four Palestinians, including a father and his son from the village of Beit Rima. The father and son were respectively identified as Musharraf and Laith Rimawi. In Nablus province, three Palestinians were arrested by the Israeli occupation forces in the town of Beita and the neighboring village of Talfit. Two more arrests were also reported in the Bethlehem province in the south of the West Bank, while another two arrests were reported in Hebron. Almost on a daily basis, Israeli occupation forces carry out raids targeting populated Palestinian communities for arrests or searches. The practice, mostly carried out at nighttime, has become a routine under Israeli military regime.