The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Friday 10 Palestinians during a raid campaign in the West Bank and stormed a hospital in Ramallah.
Local sources reported that the IOF broke into several homes in Beit Dajan town, east of Nablus, and launched a campaign of arrests against Palestinian citizens.
IOF arrested Thory Ibrahim Abu Mortada, 44, Mutassim Sameh Abu Ghneim, 22, and the two brothers, Abdul Rahman and Abdul Rahim Talb Hajj Muhammad, according to sources.
In Jenin, IOF arrested Muhannad Zakarneh from Deir Ghazala town and two leaders in Hamas: Abd al-Jabbar Jarrar and Sheikh Ibrahim Taher Nawahza. IOF also arrested Samer Mustafa Jaradat and the released prisoner Muhammad Shihab and summoned his brother, the ex-prisoner Faraj al-Sanouri for an interview next Monday.
Meanwhile, IOF broke into the Hugo Chavez Hospital in Turmusaba, east of Ramallah.
In Bethlehem, the IOF soldiers arrested on Thursday night a young man from Doheisheh refugee camp, south of Bethlehem.
Local sources said that IOF stationed at the junction of the Gush Etzion settlement complex and arrested Khaled Farraj, 32, after he was taken from a vehicle.
The IOF soldiers launch daily raid campaigns especially at night and dawn hours, in which they arrest and attack Palestinians and wreak havoc on their property.
In the course of the past week ending yesterday, IOF arrested 72 civilians, including 6 children and a woman, in 94 incursions into the West Bank, including Jerusalem, according to the weekly violations report issued by the Palestinian Center for Human Rights.