Monday â€“ January 21; Palestinian sources reported that Israeli soldiers kidnapped four Palestinians in the West Bank districts of Jenin and Tubas. The army also demolished a Palestinian home, a hothouse and a well near Hebron.The army invaded Rommana village, near the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and kidnapped one resident identified as Farid Ghazi Mahajna, 27, after breaking into his familyâ€™s home and violently searching it.
It is worth mentioning that the brother of Mahajna was kidnapped by the army a month ago after the soldiers shot and injured him.
In Qabatia town, also near Jenin, the army kidnapped one resident identified as Jasser Amin Nazzal, 32.
Soldiers broke into his home and violently searched it after forcing the family out in the cold.
The army also invaded Al-Arqa village, west of Jenin, and fired several flares and concussion grenades while the soldiers marched in the village.
Furthermore, soldiers invaded Aqaba town, in the Tubas district, broke into a home and searched it before kidnapping a father identified as Suleiman Radi As-Sayyid, 55, and his son, Firas, 28.
In the Hebron district, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, the army invaded the nearby town of Yatta, and demolished a home, a hothouse, and a well.
Several armored Israeli military vehicles invaded the town and demolished a two-story home that belongs to resident Hamad Mohammad Al-Amour, leaving him and his 15 family members in the cold.
Soldiers went on to demolish a hothouse and a well that belong to a resident identified as Mousa Mohammad Makhamra.
In related news, Israeli soldiers shot and wounded a Palestinian worker near the Erez (Beit Hanoun) Crossing, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Medical sources reported that Abdullah Abu Maâ€™rouf, 19, was shot in his right leg, and was moved to Kamal Odwan hospital suffering moderate injuries.
The latest Israeli military attacks are part of ongoing and systematic violations against the Palestinians, their property and lands in different parts of occupied Palestine.