JERUSALEM, — Israeli police detained Thursday eight Palestinians from Jerusalem district, including two minors and a media videographer, bringing the total number of detainees to at least 12, said Palestine Prisoner’s Society.
Israeli police conducted a large-scale detention raids across Jerusalem, detaining at least eight Palestinians.
This came after other four Palestinians, including a 15-year-old minor, were detained from Jerusalem’s Old City and the Jerusalem village of Sur Baher.
This brought the total number of Palestinians detained Thursday to 24, including Mahmoud Tarayra, whose 17-year-old son, Mohammad, was shot dead by Israeli forces earlier Thursday following an alleged stabbing attack in an Israeli settlement on the outskirts of Hebron.
Israeli forces also on Thursday detained 15 Palestinians, including a minor, and summoned another mostly in predawn raids across the West Bank, said security sources in HEBRON as well as Palestine Prisoner’s Society.
Five Palestinians were detained from Hebron, two others from Bethlehem, four others from Jerusalem, two others from Tulkarem, another from Qalqiliya and another from Jenin.
In the southern West Bank district of Hebron, forces detained three Palestinians after storming and ransacking their family houses in Yatta town, south of Hebron.
They also detained another Palestinian, who remained unidentified, during a raid that sparked violent clashes with local Palestinian youths in Duheisha refugee camp, south of Bethlehem city.
Troops fired tear gas canisters and stun grenades during the raid, causing several locals to suffer excessive tear gas inhalation.
They also handed Ibrahim Ziadeh a notice ordering him to appear before intelligence in the Israeli detention and interrogation center of Gush Etzion.
In Jenin district, police detained Mahmoud Khzeimiya, 25, who comes from Qabatiya town, while he was inside Israel.
Source: Name News Network