Israeli soldiers abducted, on Saturday at dawn, at least six young Palestinian men, during violent searches of homes, and fired many live rounds, gas bombs and rubber-coated steel bullets at protesters.
Dozens of soldiers invaded Tulkarem city, in northern West Bank, before storming the home of Legislator Fathi Qarâawi, ransacked them property and interrogated him along with his family.
The soldiers also invaded Jabal an-Nasr, in Nour Shams refugee camp, in Tulkarem, before breaking into and searching the home of Fathi Qarâawi, and occupied his property for several hours before withdrawing.
In addition, the soldiers invaded several neighborhoods in Nablus city, and surrounding areas, searched homes and opened fire on Palestinian protesters.
The soldiers abducted Mohammad Moâin Tabanja, from his home in Rafidia neighborhood, and Haitham Mahmoud al-Akka, from Khallet al-Amoud area.
It is worth mentioning that Tabanja is the brother of two young men, who were recently abducted by the army.
In related news, the soldiers conducted extensive searches of homes and buildings in the al-Hadaf area in Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and caused many Palestinians to suffer the effects of teargas inhalation during ensuing protests.
The army also invaded Wad Burqin area, west of Jenin, and fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at local protesters.
Many army jeeps also invaded Azzoun town, east of the northern West Bank city of Qalqilia, and fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at protesters and many homes.
Furthermore, dozens of soldiers invaded Shuâfat refugee camp, in the center of occupied East Jerusalem, searched many homes and abducted Adham al-Hindi, Amro Khashan, Ayman Abu Mayyala and Mahmoud al-Khatib.
The soldiers were also heavily deployed in the Tihta neighborhood in the refugee camp, while army drones flew overhead.
In Ramallah, in central West Bank, the soldiers invaded Umm Safa village, northwest of the city, searched homes and interrogated many young men while inspecting their ID cards.