Israeli occupation arrests 16 Palestinians in West Bank

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WEST BANK, November 17 – More than 16 Palestinian citizens, including former detainees, were abducted on Tuesday by Israeli occupation forces in a large-scale raid in the occupied West Bank.

Local sources reported that Israeli occupation troops broke into Nablus and arrested Akram Jawher from Qaryut village, Mohammed al-Ashaibi from Askar camp, and the teenager Mohammed Hashash from Balata camp, in addition to Mahmoud al-Namrouti.

Israeli occupation soldiers kidnapped Omar Abu Libdeh and Ibrahim Abu Libdeh at a “flying” checkpoint at the eastern entrance to Qalqilya.

Yousef Housha, the father of Palestinian detainee Omar Housha, was abducted, along with Yaad Abu Ayyash, a student at Birzeit University, by Israeli occupation forces after they stormed into and ransacked their houses in Birzeit town.

Israeli occupation troops arrested Hassan Baker, a resident of Ramallah, at a military checkpoint near the entrance to Deir Abu Mash'al town north of the city.

Former detainee Khalil al-Farroukh, 36, was kidnapped by Israeli occupation soldiers after raiding and ransacking his home in Sair town in northern Hebron.  

Abed M. Salhab and Abdel Rahim F. Salhab, 32, were abducted by Israeli occupation troops in the al-Karkafa area in central Bethlehem.

During a large-scale raid in occupied Jerusalem, Israeli occupation forces arrested Majed M. Dari, Mohammed E. Dari, Wadie Abu al-Hummus, and Mahmoud Gharib in al-Issawiya village.