Israeli forces detained 11 people in Arab Judea and Samaria overnight Saturday, Ma’an reported.
Dozens of military vehicles raided the village of Beit Fajjar, in south Bethlehem, and arrested Mohammad Majed Amro Thwabteh, 20, Ali Mohammad Thwabteh, 28, Ihsan Hamied Takatka, 19, Mohammad Salih Thwabteh, 23, Jihad Ahmad Thwabteh, 23, Ala Nasri Takatka, 20, Shadi Walid Takatka, 20, Amro Ayed Takatka, 18, Imad Mahmud Takatka 18, and Mohammad Jihad Takatka, 17, locals said.
An Israeli army spokeswoman said 11 people were detained, one in Shchem, one in Hebron and nine in Beit Fajjar.
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