The Israeli occupation forces raided, last night and at dawn today, Sunday, different parts of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, and arrested a number of citizens, including two lawyers, a father and his son.

In Tulkarm, the occupation forces raided Tulkarm and stationed in many of its neighborhoods. Without reporting arrests or injuries.

In Jenin, the occupation forces raided a fuel station and several shops, and seized surveillance camera recordings near the entrance to the town of Ya'bad, southwest of Jenin, and the occupation forces arrested Qusay al-Sheikh from Jenin.

In Nablus, settlers carried out "orgy" acts and attacks on Palestinians, their vehicles and property, at the intersections: Barqa, Hawara, and Za'tara south of Nablus, and the Sarra-Jeet road to the west.
In Ramallah, a group of settlers attacked Palestinian vehicles on the road near the settlement of Shiloh, north of Ramallah.

In Hebron, the occupation forces arrested the lawyer Suhail Ashour Al-Husseini, and his son, the lawyer Fahd, after storming their home in the Jabal Jawhar area of   Hebron.

The Israeli occupation forces stormed the town of Yatta, south of Hebron, and arrested Hussein Hafez al-Harini, after searching his house and tampering with its contents.

In the same context, the occupation forces set up military checkpoints at the entrances to the towns of Beit Anoun, Bani Naim and Wadi al-Saman, and closed the iron gate at the entrance to the town of Beit Awa, west of Hebron.

In Jerusalem, the occupation forces stormed the town of Kafr Aqab, to the north of the occupied city, and stationed in the vicinity of the Al-Rajabi family's home.
The occupation forces stormed the town of Al-Tur in Jerusalem, and arrested the young Hamouda Abu Sbitan, after they raided and searched his home in the town.
Palestinian youths fired fireworks at the occupation forces in the village of Issawiya, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.

The areas of the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem witness daily raids and searches in separate areas, interspersed with terrorizing citizens, including women and children, arresting citizens, and assaulting citizens and their property.