The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers have kidnapped, overnight and earlier Monday, ten Palestinians in different parts of the occupied West Bank.
In Ramallah, in central West Bank, the soldiers kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as Mohammad Halabi, and Waleed Suleiman Rabeaā, 47.
It is worth mentioning that Mohammad is the brother of Mohannad Halabi, 19, who was shot to death by Israeli police, on October 3rd 2015, after allegedly stabbing to death an armed Israeli, grabbing the gun of a settler who intervened, then killing an additional person, and wounding two others in the Old City of Jerusalem.
In Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, the soldiers invaded and searched homes, and kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as Moath Yousef Shahateet, 20, and Thaer Nael Abu Sharkh, 32.
In Tulkarem, in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers kidnapped one Palestinian, identified as Ali Taqi, 25.
Another Palestinian, identified as Hussein Zoheir Samara, 24, was kidnapped from the central West Bank district of Salfit.
In addition, the soldiers invaded āAida refugee camp, in the West Bank district of Bethlehem, and kidnapped one Palestinian, identified as Ibrahim Yassin Abu Srour, 30.
One Palestinian, identified as Alaā Taha, was kidnapped from Shuāfat refugee camp, north of Jerusalem, hours after one Palestinian, identified as Mustafa Nimir, 24, was killed by the army in the camp.
Furthermore, medical sources have reported that the soldiers shot and injured three Palestinians in the Balata refugee camp, and Sebastia town, in the northern West Bank district of Nablus.
Also at dawn, the soldiers invaded Shoufa village, southeast of Tulkarem, in the northern part of the West Bank, and completely isolated it.
Late on Sunday night, the soldiers invaded the Mothallath ash-Shuhada village, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as identified as Mujahid Khaled Ghawadra and Ahmad Aqhash Ghawadra, and occupied an under-construction home in a nearby town, before using it as a military post.