The Israeli army invaded several parts of the West Bank on Friday morning, attacked residents' homes, and abducted 24 residents.
In the northern part of the West Bank, an army convoy attacked Nablus City, Balata Refugee Camp, and Askar Refugee Camp, located in the city of Nablus, searched and ransacked scores of residents' houses, and abducted 11 men there. No names have been issued at the time of this report.
Meanwhile, the Israeli army abducted 9 Palestinian men from the southern West Bank city of Hebron in pre-dawn invasions and home raids in the city and surrounding villages.
Four Palestinian teenagers were abducted by Israeli forces during a pre-dawn invasion in the village of Taqua, south of the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem. Local sources identified the four abducted as Mohamed Subeh, 16, Hamzeh Subeh, 16, Ayoup Subeh, 15, and Omer Subeh, 17. All four were taken to unknown detention camps controlled by the army, their families reported.
Palestinian sources reported that soldiers stationed at portable and fixed checkpoints controlled by the Israeli army surrounding northern West Bank cities have partially closed those checkpoints and forced people on their way to their jobs or school to stand for many hours before being searched.