14 Palestinians detained in large-scale detention campaign across Occupied West Bank

October 11, 2021

OCCUPIED WEST BANK, Oct 11 - The Israeli occupation forces detained, today, Monday, 14 Palestinian civilians from villages and cities in the occupied West Bank.

In Bethlehem, the occupation forces detained 6 citizens, including two freed prisoners, identified as the freed prisoner Anas Muhammad Taqatqa, 30, from the village of Umm Salamuna, the freed prisoner Jihad Omar Salah, 22, Muhammad Khader Ishaq Sobeih, 21, and Saleh Rizk Musa, 22, Muhammad Hamad Sobeih, 16, and Ahmed Khaled Judy Musa, 19, from the town of Al-Khader.

In al-Khalil, the occupation forces detained the two Palestinians, Issa Muhammad al-Amour and Sufian Ahmad al-Amour, from Yatta town, south of al-Khalil.

Moreover, in Nablus, they detained five citizens from the town of Beita, identified as Arafat Muhammad Sharafa, Abdul Salam Rayan, Ahmed Abdul Hadi Sharafa, Suleiman Anis Khudair, and Rami Jamal Abu Ayyash.

In the same context, the occupation forces detained the freed prisoner, Asem Amer, from the town of Kafr Qelil, south of Nablus, while passing through a military checkpoint on Jericho Road.

The occupation forces committed 2,694 violations against Palestinians last September, which increased by 40% compared to September of the previous year 2020, Hamas media office in the West Bank reported. 

The report documented 156 raids of citizens' homes and 315 incursions into various areas in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, during which they detained 363 Palestinians, and the number of checkpoints set up reached 352.

Separate areas of the West Bank and Jerusalem have been witnessing daily detentions, that intensify in night hours, where they tamper with the contents of and terrorize the defenseless residents.