RAMALLAH – Israeli occupation forces continued last night their mass detention campaign in the West Bank, detaining at least 51 Palestinians in a series of raids into Palestinian cities, towns, villages and refugee camps across the occupied territory, WAFA reported.
In Hebron, south of the West Bank, at least 25 Palestinians were reportedly arrested by the occupation forces, during raids into Hebron city and the neighboring towns of Beit Fajjar and the Al-Arroub refugee camp.
At least 14 Palestinians were also arrested by the Israeli occupation forces in Bethlehem province, south of the West Bank, as army stormed Bethlehem city and the nearby Aida and Dheisha refugee camps.
Five were also reported in the town of Jaba, in the northern province of Jenin, while another six detention cases were reported in the Al-Jalazon refugee camp in the Ramallah province.
These arrests are part of an ongoing Israeli mass detention campaign in the occupied West Bank coinciding with the bloody Israeli aggression on Gaza.
According to right groups, nearly 2,500 Palestinians have been mass arrested by the Israeli occupation army across the occupied West Bank since October 7, sending the total number of Palestinians in Israeli jails to unprecedented levels.