WEST BANK, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Monday ten Palestinian young men during raids in towns of Jenin, Tubas and al-Khalil.
Local sources said that the IOF carried out raids in the town of Qabatiya during which they fired light bombs, raided the houses of citizens and arrested the citizen Jasser Amin Nazzal, 32, after questioning his family members.
Eyewitnesses said that eight military vehicles broke into the town of Rummaneh and arrested a young man after raiding his family's home.
Israeli troops also stormed the town of Akabe in Tubas Governorate where they arrested a citizen and his son; according to residents in the town.
Meanwhile, the town of Araka witnessed extensive break-ins and searches that took place in the town center and in the vicinity of the mosque, after the IOF have set up a military checkpoint at the town's entrance this morning.
Israeli soldiers have also stormed the Aroub camp, north of al-Khalil, after midnight, and toured its streets, then they broke into and searched a number of houses and arrested at least five young men, local sources in Arroub told PIC's reporter.
The sources confirmed that all the detainees were liberated captives.
Other sources in the village of Koum, west of the town of Dura south of al-Khalil, said that Israeli forces stormed and searched the house of Mohammed Rajoub and arrested his son, 21, a student at the Palestine Polytechnic University.