Israeli soldiers invaded, on Thursday at dawn, many homes in Jenin city, and Jenin refugee camp, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, and abducted two Palestinians. The soldiers also briefly detained and interrogated two Palestinians.
Dozens of soldiers invaded Jenin city, and abducted Mahmoud Ahmad Qomboâ, 58, and Mohammad Salem Abu Mokh, 20, after violently searching their homes in Nablus Street, and al-Marah neighborhood.
The soldiers also invaded many homes in Jenin refugee camp, and searched them, before detaining Islam Fayeq Dabaya, 17, and Mohammad Wishahi, for several hours.
Media sources in Jenin said the soldiers also interrogated many Palestinians while searching their homes, especially in apartments at a residential building belonging to Kamal Sabbagh, and the home of Ayman Qandeel.
In addition, the soldiers invaded, overnight and during early dawn hours dozens of homes in different parts of occupied East Jerusalem, and violently searched them, before abducting 24 Palestinians, including one woman and nine children.