HEBRON,- Israeli forces early Wednesday and Monday night detained 11 Palestinians, including two minors, mostly during raids across the West Bank, said security sources and witnesses.
Four Palestinians were detained from Hebron district, four others from Jerusalem, two others from Bethlehem district and another from Jenin district.
In Hebron district, forces detained three Palestinians during separate overnight raids into Sa’ir, Dura and Beit Ummar towns.
The detainees were identified as Najib Kawazba from Sa’ir, Thaer Nassar from Dura and Muhammad Za’aqiq from Beit Ummar.
They also raided al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of Hebron, detaining Munther Abu Wardeh after breaking into and thoroughly searching his family house.
In Jerusalem, police reportedly Monday night handcuffed and detained four Palestinian minors after battering them near Bab Al-Maghariba of Jerusalem’s Old City.
In Bethlehem district, forces detained two Palestinians during an overnight raid into Beit Fajjar town, south of the city.
The detainees were identified as Odai Taqatqa, 21, and Amjad Taqatqa, 14.
During the raid, troops handed Issa Jawarish a notice ordering him to appear before intelligence in the Gush Etzion detention and interrogation center.
Meanwhile, Israeli troops set up a flying checkpoint near the Israeli settlement of Shavei Shomron, northwest of Nablus, and detained Zakariya al-Ghul, 24.
Al-Ghul reportedly comes from Jenin refugee camp.
Source: Name News Network