Palestine (IP) - On Friday, the Israeli regime's troops stormed into different parts of the West Bank and arrested 11 Palestinians.

Iran Press/Middle East: Palestinian Prisoner Studies Center reported that the focus of the arrests was al-Khalil, the biggest city in the West Bank.

According to the report, the Israeli troops attacked Sebastiya town, northwest of Nablus, and injured 8 Palestinians. 

Also, the regime's forces intruded on some parts of the West Bank and made a number of arrests on Thursday.  

They opened fire on farmers east of the Gaza Strip and east of Khan Younis and ousted the people from their farms. 

The Zionist regime's bulldozers plowed a 300-meter-long path in the lands of Kafr ad-Dik town, in the west of Salfit.

The regime is creating a new path for its new settlement construction in Badouil. 

Since 1948, the Israeli regime has been detaining, kidnapping, and killing the Palestinian people while destroying their homes and farms under the so-called Holocaust, the authenticity of which is in limbo. 


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