Israeli forces detained at least four Palestinian in raids across the occupied West Bank on Sunday, according to local sources and the Israeli army.
Israeli forces raided the village of Husan in the Southern occupied West Bank district of Bethlehem, detained one person, and summoned another for interrogation, Ma’an reported.
Local sources told Ma’an that Israeli forces raided and searched the home of Kamal Zaoul before detaining his 26-year-old son Waed.
During the raid, Israeli soldiers also delivered a summons to appear for questioning at Israel’s Etzion detention center south of Bethlehem to Amir Muhammad Sabateen.
One Palestinian was detained in the village of Beitin in the central occupied West Bank district of Ramallah and two Palestinians were detained in al-Arrub refugee camp north Hebron in the Southern occupied West Bank.
Israeli raids in Palestinian towns, villages, and refugee camps are a daily occurrence in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem.
The United Nations recorded an average of 95 weekly raids in the occupied West Bank in 2016, and an average of 67 raids a week so far 2017, while 87 Palestinians were detained over the past two weeks.
According to prisoners’ rights group Addameer, 6,300 Palestinians were held in Israeli prisons as of April, including 300 minors, 61 women, and 500 under administrative detention, Israel’s contested policy of imprisonment without charge or trial.