Wed 29 Nov 2023 12:03 pm - Jerusalem Time
West Bank: Total number of arrests after October 7 rose to more than 3,325 prisoners
The Prisoners' Authority and the Prisoners' Club said that the Israeli occupation forces arrested at least 35 citizens from yesterday evening until Wednesday morning, in addition to the fact that the occupation, since yesterday evening, has continued to storm Jenin camp, and is carrying out field investigations with dozens of citizens in addition to the continuous raids on citizens’ homes, accompanied by widespread sabotage and destruction, it has not been possible to confirm who the occupation has kept in detention until now.
The Prisoners' Commission and the Prisoners' Club pointed out that among the detainees was the child Karim Ghawanmeh (12 years old) from Jalazoun camp, and according to his family's account: The intelligence officer called his father and told him that he had to bring Karim for investigation, or they would take him, and later his father handed him over to the "Beit El-Askari checkpoint.
Thus, the total number of arrests after the seventh of last October rose to more than (3,325), and this total includes those who were arrested from homes, through military checkpoints, those who were forced to surrender themselves under pressure, and those who were held hostage.
It is noteworthy that the data related to arrest cases includes those who were kept in detention by the occupation, or those who were later released.