Today, Thursday 25 November, Israeli occupation forces launched a massive campaign of arrests against Palestinian citizens, 21 of whom have been detained across the governorates of the occupied West Bank.
In East Jerusalem, or al-Quds as it is known in Arabic, occupation forces arrested 11 citizens in the al-Issawiya neighbourhood. They are: Muhammad al-Masry, Muhammad Awni Attiah, Muhammad Shraitah, Mahmoud Saadi al-Rajabi, Muhammad Naaji, Luay Ashraf Mahmoud, Muhammad Walid Mahmoud, Ahmad Haytham Mahmoud, Muhammad Haytham Mustafa, Tayseer Yousef Muhaisen, and Islam Yousef Abid.
In the Qalandia refugee camp, occupation forces arrested two brothers, Mohammed Zayed and Raed Zayed. They are the sons of the martyr Robin Abdel Rahman Zayed.
In the city of Tubas, occupation forces arrested the recently-released Hamid Maslamani, following a raid on his house.
In the city of Surif, in the Hebron governorate, four Palestinian citizens were arrested. They are: Ahmed Ismail Ghunimat, Khaled al-Qudsi Ghunimat, Ali Samih Ghunimat, and Musab al-Hour.
In Nablus city, in the west of the city, occupation forces arrested the Palestinian citizen Alaa al-Tashtoush. In the town of Asira al-Qibliya, in the Nablus governorate, occupation forces arrested Yousef Hamdan Saleh.
Finally, in Jenin, occupation forces arrested the 28-year-old Thaer Adel Shawahna.
According to groups specializing in Palestinian prisoner affairs, Israel holds approximately 4,650 Palestinians across its prison system. They include 41 female prisoners, 225 children, and 550 “administrative detainees”, or those detained on military order.