Israeli forces arrest 19 Palestinians in the West Bank

The Israeli occupation forces arrested at least 19 Palestinians at dawn on Monday after they raided and searched their homes in different areas of the occupied West Bank.

According to an Israeli army statement this morning, 19 Palestinians were arrested in various areas of the West Bank, who were described as "wanted", allegedly for  activities related to resistance against soldiers and settlers.

According to Palestinian activists, two Palestinian youths were arrested from the Jalazun refugee camp north of Ramallah , two from the town of Deir Abu Mish'al, west of Ramallah, and one from Al Ain refugee camp, west of Nablus. (North).

Palestinian sources said: "The occupation forces arrested the elderly Mohammed Tahir Jabr (75 years) after a raid on his house and searched in the town of Jayyous south of Tulkarm (north), although he suffers from a diseased disease in the tongue and is fed by liquids, and his health is dangerous.

In Hebron (south), the Israeli occupation forces arrested 4 Palestinians, after raiding their houses in the city, the towns of the sheiks, Beit Ummar and Dora.

They also arrested two Palestinian civilians, Qusay Nizar 'Adili and' Abdullah Wasef Dweikat, from Beita village, south of Nablus, as they were passing through the nearby Za'tara checkpoint. Israeli forces raided 'Awarta village, east of Jenin, and searched Palestinian vehicles. .

On Sunday, dozens of Jerusalemites, including a paramedic, were injured during clashes with the Israeli occupation forces in Al-Issawiya in occupied Jerusalem.

According to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS), the Israeli occupation forces attacked the ambulance crews and prevented them from transferring the injuries to the hospital, injuring a paramedic with a rubber-coated metal bullet in the abdomen.


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