Twelve Palestinians from the West Bank were arrested by Israeli regime forces this Monday during raids conducted throughout the West Bank at around roughly 2:30am.

Four Paleatinians from the Ramallah district were reported by the Palestinian Prisoners Society to have been taken prisoner as well as the detaining of people from the near village of Deir Abu Mashal, the town of Silwad and the al-Jalazun refugee camp.

A number of people were also kidnapped in the night from Aida refugee camp in the Bethlehem district as well as from the town of Surif, north of Hebron.

People from Arraba and Deir al-Basha villages of the Jenin district were also harassed and detained.

Some 6,128 Palestinians were detained by the Israeli regime as of July, 320 of them children.

40 percent of Palestinian men in the West Bank will be statistically detained during their life time and according to the the United Nations (UN), the biweekly average of search and detention raids in the West Bank is 85.

Invasions of villages and disturbances involving the usage of tear gas and sound grenades were also carried out in several other villages such as in Bil’in, where soldiers simply came with the only objective of waking people up and making life miserable.

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