MADRID, 6 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Israeli Army arrested 66 Palestinians this Monday, including the 22-year-old activist Ahed Tamimi, in a series of operations carried out in various parts of the West Bank within the framework of the open war between the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas). ) and Israel since last October 7.
The arrest of the young woman, who was released in 2018 when she was 17 years old after spending eight months in prison for slapping a soldier who invaded her home in the West Bank town of Nabi Salé, took place in the city of Ramallah. Two people have been arrested with her.
Likewise, another 35 Palestinians have been arrested in Jerusalem, including an advisor to the local authorities, while eight have been detained in Nablus, in addition to eight others detained in Hebron, according to information collected by the Palestinian news agency Wafa.
In Jenin, six people have been taken into custody of the Israeli Army, in addition to three others detained in Salfit and four in Qalqilia. The Commission on Detainees and Former Detainees Affairs estimates that some 2,150 Palestinians have been detained since October 7 in the West Bank as arrest campaigns by Israeli forces progress.