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05 March 2018 - 18:09
News ID: 436711
Rasa - Palestine Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said Israeli forces Monday detained 12 Palestinians during multiple predawn raids across the West Bank.
Israeli Forces Detain 12 Palestinians from West Bank

RNA - Israeli forces detained two Palestinians during a raid that sparked clashes in Qabatia town, South of Jenin in the Northern West Bank, WAFA reported.


PPS said forces also raided Kufr Ra'i town, Southwest of Jenin, where they detained a Palestinian.


Forces detained two others after breaking into and ransacking their family homes in the old city of Nablus in the Northern West Bank.


In the central West Bank, forces conducted an overnight raid that triggered clashes and resulted in the detention of a Palestinian from Beit Rima village, Northwest of Ramallah.


PPS said another was detained during a subsequent raid into Deir Abu Mashaal village, Northwest of Ramallah.


In the Southern West Bank, a Palestinian was detained from Tqou town, Southeast of Bethlehem.


To the South of Bethlehem, forces detained two Palestinians during a raid into Dura town, Southwest of Hebron.


Forces detained another from the Southern West Bank district of Hebron, according to PPS.


This came after Israeli soldiers detained a Palestinian after physically assaulted him overnight in Khirbet Humsa in the Northern Jordan Valley.


In East Jerusalem, Police detained a Palestinian after ransacking his home in Silwan neighborhood.



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