Israeli occupation forces today and last night detained at least nine Palestinians, including three children, during military raids across the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem, according to local sources.
In Jericho, east of the occupied West Bank, the Israeli military stormed the town of Al-Auja, during which three Palestinian children were arrested, after raiding and searching their family homes by the Israeli occupation army. The three were identified as Ahmad Abu Jamus, 14, Mutaz Rumanin, 14, and Seif Maghasleh, 15.
In Jerusalem, Israeli occupation police detained a Palestinian man while he was working in his land and seized equipment belonging to him.
Israeli occupation forces also detained a 32-year-old woman from Ramallah while she was returning back home from Jordan at the al-Karama border crossing, on the West Bank-Jordan border.
In Ramallah and Al-Bierh district, Israeli occupation forces detained two Palestinians after storming their homes in Ras Karker village and in Al-Jalazon refugee camp.
In Hebron, Israeli forces carried out a military raid in Khirbet Maghayer Al-Abeed in Masafer Yatta area, resulting in the detention of a Palestinian man.
Two Palestinians were also detained from their homes in the towns of Beit Jala and Beit Sahur in Bethlehem province.
Almost on a daily basis, Israeli occupation forces carry out raids targeting populated Palestinian communities for arrests or searches. The practice, mostly carried out at nighttime, has become a routine under Israeli military regime.