The Israeli occupation forces arrested three Palestinians in the occupied West Bank Saturday night.

The occupation forces arrested two brothers from the city of Jericho at a checkpoint they set up on Al-Ma'rajat Road, northwest of the city, Palestinian Prisoner's Society (PPS) reported

They also arrested a young man from the village of Faqoua, northeast of Jenin, and stormed several villages and towns in the governorate, security sources said.

In the same context, the occupation forces stormed the villages of Jalboun, Arbouna, Faqoua, Arana, Deir Ghazala, and Zububa, and launched a massive search campaign, without any arrests being reported.

Meanwhile, the occupation forces stormed the town of Sinjil, northeast of Ramallah.

Local sources reported that confrontations broke out after the occupation forces stormed the town, during which the occupation soldiers fired tear gas canisters and bombs at citizens, without casualties being reported.

The number of arrests in the cities and governorates of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem has risen since Oct. 7 to about 8,680 detainees.
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