Israeli forces Wednesday detained four Palestinians during overnight raids across Bethlehem and Jenin districts, said security sources.
Forces raided Beit Fajjar town, south of Bethlehem, detaining Yusef Thwabteh, 20, after storming his family house.
They also detained Muhammad al-Kurdi, 19, and Muhammad al-Masa’id, 19, after ransacking their family houses in Aida refugee camp, north of Bethlehem.
Meanwhile, police handcuffed and detained a Palestinian young man apparently for illegally working inside Israel.
The detainee was identified as Muhammad Asaus, 21.
Elsewhere in Jenin district, troops raided al-Arqa village, west of Jenin, ransacking the family house of Mahmoud Barham and interrogating his family members.
This came after the director of al-Sanabel Radio Station and four other staff were handcuffed and detained during a raid into the Hebron town of Dura.