NABLUS (Ma’an) – In an ongoing arrest campaign across the West Bank, Israeli forces stormed several neighborhoods districts in the northern West Bank and detained eight Hamas activists Thursday.
Palestinian security sources told Ma’an that Israeli troops stormed the village of Tel west of Nablus and detained 48-year-old Imad Mousa Rihan from his home.
Israeli forces also raided the village of Qaryut south of Nablus and detained Husein Muhammad Mardouti.
Another predawn raid targeted the Nablus-area village of Madama in the south where 33-year-old Bashir Hamid Ziyada was detained.
Palestinian security sources highlighted that Israeli forces stormed the al-Majin and Haifa neighborhoods in Nablus and detained Bakir Said Bilal, 44, and Amjad Ulayyan Zamil, 45.
Israeli troops raided the al-Ein refugee camp west of Nablus and detained Khalid Rawhi al-Susah.
In Nablus, Israeli forces raided Jenin refugee camp and Silat al-Thahir village in the northernmost West Bank district of Jenin and detained two young men allegedly affiliated to Hamas.
Palestinian security sources told Ma’an that Israeli soldiers detained 29-year-old Mutasim Asatsia from his home in Jenin refugee camp.
The sources added that 37-year-old Raed Fathallah al-Jantouli was detained from his home in Silat al-Thahir south of Jenin.