Life under occupation in West Bank

After arresting Palestinians in West Bank, Israeli occupation forces paint the Star of David on both sides of the door of Palestinian homes.


What was the outcome of the arrest campaigns in the West Bank after October 7?

Prisoners' institutions in occupied Palestine issued reports on the ongoing detention campaigns in the West Bank after October 7, the crimes that accompany them, and the reality of prisoners in the occupation prisons.

According to the data, the total number of arrest campaigns amount to about 4,000, the highest in the Hebron Governorate, at 1,000.

The total number of arrests among women reached 150. This statistic includes women who were arrested from the occupied territories in 1948, while the number of arrests among children reached more than 255.

Concerning journalists, the number of arrests among their ranks after October 7 reached 45 journalists, of whom 32 remain in detention.

Administrative detention orders amounted to more than 2,100 orders, including new orders and renewal orders.

Six detainees were detained in the occupation prisons: Omar Daraghmeh from Tubas, Arafat Hamdan from Ramallah, Majid Zaqoul from Gaza, a fourth martyr whose identity was not known, Abdel Rahman Marei from Salfit, and Thaer Abu Assab from Qalqilya.
It is noteworthy that the data related to arrest cases includes those who were kept in detention by the occupation and those who were later released.

These data do not include any information about the number of arrests from Gaza, because the occupation forces refuse to this day to disclose them.

As for the total number of prisoners in the occupation prisons, their number as of the date of issuing this paper amounts to more than 7,800, including more than 2,870 administrative detainees, and 260 classified as “unlawful combatants” from Gaza detainees, and this number is only available as a clear given from the Israeli occupation prison administration.


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