RAMALLAH, At least five Palestinians were detained by Israeli occupation forces during raids last night in the occupied West Bank, according to Palestinian security sources.
Occupation army broke into Jenin refugee camp, north of the occupied West Bank, and detained three Palestinians after raiding and searching their home.
In Hebron, south of the West Bank, forces stormed the town of Halhul, in the occupied West Bank district of Hebron, and detained a Palestinian young man after raiding and searching his home.
Army also shut down the main entrance to the town of Beit Ummar, nearby, denying access and exit of local residents.
Meanwhile in Ramallah, occupation forces stormed the village of Deir Jarir and detained 51-year-old Saeed Abdul-Aziz Arma after raiding and searching his home.
In the meantime, army broke into the village of Tayasir, in Tubas Governorate, and raided and searched several homes. No arrests were reported in the village, although clashes erupted between soldiers and local protesters.
Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA)