( In Palestine Today) – The Israeli occupation forces detained this morning at least 15 Palestinians from the occupied territories, some of them from East Jerusalem, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS).
Israeli forces detained four Palestinians from East Jerusalem, two from Isawiyya and two from al-Tur neighborhoods.
Local sources told WAFA that the forces used dogs when searching the homes and detaining the two Palestinians in Isawiyya.
Two others were detained from the town of Abu Dis, just outside East Jerusalem, and one more from the Jerusalem-area village of Al-Zayyem.
Forces also detained two Palestinians after raiding and searching their homes in Kubar village, northwest of Ramallah.
Another was detained during an army raid of Dheisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem in the south of the West Bank.
One was also detained in Abu Daeef village, east of Jenin in the north of the West Bank, after raiding, searching and ransacking his family home.
The others were detained in Hebron and Nablus districts, said the PPS.