On Monday, the Israeli occupation forces arrested 15 Palestinian citizens from separate areas in the West Bank.
Palestinian security sources said that six citizens from the "Qalandia" camp outside the wall in Jerusalem were arrested, while three were arrested from the "Hebron" governorate located in the south of the West Bank.
The Palestinian sources added that a young man was arrested from the town of "Ya'bad" in the Jenin governorate, north of the West Bank, while five were arrested, including two brothers, from the "Bethlehem" governorate, south of occupied Jerusalem.
In a related context, the Israeli occupation forces stormed, on Monday, the house of the Governor of Jerusalem, a member of the Revolutionary Council of the "Fatah" movement, Adnan Ghaith, in occupied Jerusalem.
Palestinian sources said that an Israeli intelligence force stormed the home of the governor, Ghaith, in the central neighborhood of Silwan, to the south of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
On the fourth of last August, the Israeli Occupation Court issued a decision imposing house arrest on Governor Ghaith, without specifying a time period for the decision.