The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) have invaded the village of Fahma, to the south of Jenin in the north of the West Bank, arresting 26 Palestinians including five brothers. Three more Palestinians were arrested in Hebron, in the south of the West Bank. The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) in Jenin reported that dozens of soldiers invaded Fahma, to the south of Jenin, firing rounds of live ammunition, concussion grenades and gas canisters before breaking into and ransacking dozens of homes. The soldiers then arrested 26 Palestinians, including five brothers, and took them to a nearby Israeli military base. The arrested have been identified as: Ibrahim Mohammad Nawasra, Mohammad Taiseer Nawasra, Mohammad Ahmad Nawasra, Ibrahim Hasan Nawasra, Khaled Nassar, his brothers Mohammad, Hamza, Imad and Walid, Mohammad Atef Mara’ba, Nidal Omar Mara’ba, Wajdi Mustafa Mara’ba, Nizar Omar Mara’ba, ‘Ayesh Mara’ba, Yousef Ayman Sa’abna, Shadi Hussein Sa’abna, Nathmi Bilal Sa’abna, Abdullah Ahmad Sa’abna, Nizar Omar Mara’ba, Ghassan Omar Mara’ba, Jawad Nayef Mara’ba, Ibrahim Hasan Majdeel, Abdul-Karim Adeeb Nawasra and Mahmoud Adeeb Hamdan. In addition, soldiers invaded the city of Hebron and the nearby town of Beit Ummar detaining three Palestinians, including a child. Local sources in Hebron said that the soldiers kidnapped Mahmoud Majed Zghayyar, 24, from his home in Farsh al-Hawa area in the city, and Ghazi Saleh Erfa’eyya, 40, in Wad as-Samn area. In Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, soldiers invaded the home of Hussein Mustafa Abu Maria, and kidnapped his son Mohammad, 16 years of age, who was shot and injured by Israeli army fire last month, and is still recovering. The soldiers also invaded the town of Deir Samet, south of Hebron, installed a roadblock at its entrance, stopped and searched dozens of cars while interrogating several Palestinians and investigating their ID cards.