At least 11 Palestinians were arrested by the Israeli occupation forces last night and this morning in the occupied West Bank provinces of Ramallah and Tulkarm, according to local sources.
In Ramallah province, in the central West Bank, Israeli troops stormed the villages and towns of Al-Mughayir, Deir Nidham, and Sinjil, where at least seven Palestinians were arrested.
In one of the raids in Sinjil, the occupying Israeli army confiscated three private vehicles and stole an amount of cash in shekel worth nearly $2,800, as reported by witnesses.
In Tulkarm, north of the West Bank, four Palestinians were reportedly arrested in an Israeli military raid of the city. The four, including a journalist identified as Hamza Safi, 31, were arrested by Israeli soldiers who raided and searched their homes.
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.