Ten Palestinians were abducted from several parts of the West Bank during an Israeli army morning invasions on Wednesday.


Hassan Badir, 16, and Ather I'lian, 14, were abducted when Israeli forces and Israeli secret service agents (Shin Bit) invaded Abu Dir town, east of Jerusalem, and searched houses there. The two teens were handcuffed blindfolded then they were moved to unknown detention camp, their families reported.

Moreover the Israeli army took prisoner four Palestinian men form several areas in Bethlehem city south of the West Bank.

Troops attacked and ransacked residents' houses in the villages of Al Asakra, Jurit Al Sham'a and Za'tara to the east of Bethlehem, in addition to invading Jabal Al Mawalih neighborhood in the city before taking the four men to unknown destinations.

The Palestinian prisoners society office in the city identified the four men as; Mohammad Hussein, 22, from Jurit Al Sham'a village, Anass Bajali, 20 from Za'tra village, Wa'el Asakra, 22, form Asakra village, while Yassen Rizik, 51, was taken from his house in  Jabal Al Mawalih neighborhood, he is also the headmaster of one of the elementary schools for boys in the city.

Moreover, Israeli forces invaded Jenin refugee camp, In Jenin City, in the northern part of West Bank and abducted four men on Wednesday at dawn.

Soldiers and military vehicles stormed teh camp and fired live rounds and sound bombs at residents' homes during the invasion, before conducting a wide scale search campaign and abducted the four men.

Local sources identified the four as; Mohammad Al Rukh and his three brothers Hatem, Samier and Rfiqi.