The Israeli army conducted a search and arrest operation throughout several West Bank governorates, leading to the detention of 23 Palestinians.
The Palestinian Prisoners Club issued a statement indicating that the individuals being held are from the governorates of Hebron, Bethlehem, Tulkarm, and Jenin.
In addition, the club stated that eight of the inmates were members of the Al-Ajouli family, which is based in Hebron.
The statement went on to say that these arrests “constitute the most notable systematic and consistent measures undertaken by the occupying authority daily.”
Under the guise of hunting for Palestinians who are “wanted,” the Israeli military routinely carries out widespread arrest campaigns across the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. These efforts target a wide range of Palestinians.
There are now 4,650 Palestinians being imprisoned in jails in Israel, as reported by the authorities that are responsible for the affairs of detainees.