The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) launched a new raid campaign throughout the West Bank early on Monday, detained 123 Palestinians, including 40 Gaza workers, who were forced to leave their workplaces in occupied territories.
Three Palestinians were rounded up in Tulkarem, while four more were detained in Jenin.
The IOF also arrested 59 Palestinians in Hebron, including 40 Gaza workers, and 12 others in Bethlehem.
27 arrests were carried out in Ramallah raids, while six youths were detained in Nablus and nine in Jericho.
Since the start of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, the IOF has escalated its arrest campaigns in the West Bank and Jerusalem, kidnapping 1215 Palestinians, including children, women, and elderly.
The data does not include the detention of citizens from Gaza and workers in 1948 occupied Palestine.
Since the start of the year, 6,500 Palestinians were arrested in Israeli almost-daily raids in the West Bank towns and cities.
These arrests amount to a blatant infringement on people’s fundamental rights, including their freedom and sense of security, as well as their right to be free from torture and other cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment. The Israeli arrests also violate the right to personal freedom and the right to a fair trial, as detainees are held without legal evidence and valid judicial warrants.
Human rights organizations and the international community must put pressure on the Israeli occupation authorities to stop these violations and ensure respect for human rights.