Israeli occupation forces arrested five Palestinians, including a released prisoner, from Qalqilya and Tulkarm governorates in the West Bank.
According to the Palestinian News Agency, the Israeli occupation forces arrested the released prisoner Riyad Da'das at a checkpoint near the city of Qalqilya. They also arrested two other young men after raiding their homes in al-Jisr area, near Kafr Laqif village.
They also arrested two young men from Tulkarm and launched a large-scale search operation in Palestinian homes and raided a number of houses in the suburb of Shuweika. They also searched agricultural lands and surrounding hills in the suburb.
The Israeli occupation forces launched a large-scale search in a number of houses and shops of citizens in the town of Bila'a east of Tulkarm and seized the cameras of the shops.
On the other hand, the Israeli occupation forces on Sunday handed over notifications to three Palestinians from the town of Tekoa, south-east of Bethlehem, to review their intelligence
The Israeli entity continues its campaign of arrest against Palestinians almost daily in various areas of the West Bank, including occupied Jerusalem, most of them without charge or trial. (QNA)
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