NABLUS (Ma’an) -- Israeli forces detained 13 Palestinians in the West Bank overnight Sunday, including five youths in a Nablus-area village.
Soldiers raided several homes in Qaryut village, near Nablus, before detaining Ahmad Mashour Amer, 25, Aysar Muneer Ayish, 21, Adham Sidqi Mousa,22, Abdo Fahim Kassab, 23, Ahmad Badawi, 22, and 18-year-old Ahmad Radi Issa.
In another village near Nablus, Asira ash-Shamaliya, forces detained 32-year-old Basim Talib Hamadna and 24-year-old Rabei Ahid Sawalha.
In Nablus city, several Israeli military vehicles entered a southern neighborhood and seized 20-year-old Muhammad Samir Hamdi Abu al-Hayyat.
Also in the northern West Bank, forces detained university student Muhammad Khalid Qabaha from his home in the village of Yaabad, near Jenin.
In the south, Israel troops raided the home Nimir Hmeid Taqatqa in Beit Fajjar village near Bethlehem, before detaining his son Hatim, 22.
An Israeli military spokeswoman said in addition, two Palestinians were detained in Hebron-district al-Arroub refugee camp and in northern city Tubas.