Israeli soldiers abducted, overnight and at dawn Monday, at least Thirteen Palestinians, including a young female student, in different parts of the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Prisonersâ€™ Society (PPS) has reported.
The PPS in Ramallah, in central West Bank, said the soldiers abducted five Palestinians, including the young student, from several areas of the district.
It identified the young woman as Estobroq Tamimi, 22, from the al-Ram town, north of Jerusalem, and added that she was taken prisoner from her student dorm in Birzeit University.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded and searched homes in Jericho district, and abducted Wadeaâ€™ Issa Manasra, 18, from Ein al-Sultan refugee camp, and Saleh Ibrahim Sawaka, 23, from Marj Naâ€™ja village.
In Bethlehem, the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Ayyad Jamal al-Hreimi, 24, after violently searching his home, causing excessive damage.
It is worth mentioning that al-Hreimi was repeatedly abducted and imprisoned by the army, and held a fifty-day hunger striking, protesting his illegal Administrative Detention without charges or trial, before he was released only two months ago.
In addition, many army vehicles invaded the al-Jalazoun refugee camp, in Ramallah, before the soldiers searched homes and abducted two siblings, identified by their first names as Mohammad, 19, and Ibrahim, 21.
The soldiers also invaded homes in Azzoun town, in the northern West Bank district of Qalqilia, and abducted Odai Samir Abu Haniya, 26.
In Tulkarem district, in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers searched homes, and abducted two Palestinians, identified as Mohammad Moteaâ€™ â€˜Asrawi, 39, from â€˜Allar town, north of the city, and Ayman Khaled Tanja, 24, from Tulkarem refugee camp.
Earlier at dawn, the soldiers invaded and searched homes in the al-â€˜Eesawiyya town, in occupied Jerusalem, and abducted four Palestinians, identified as Hatem Zomorrod, Mohammad Nasser, his brother Ahmad Nasser, and Mohammad Ramzi Mheisin.
In related news, soldiers stationed across the border fence, in central Gaza, fired several live rounds at Palestinian shepherds, east of Deir al-Balah city, forcing them away.