Israeli forces invaded the village of Yatta, to the south of Hebron city in the southern part of the West Bank on Monday morning, abducted two Palestinian men and attacked another three.
Issa Al Imor, 26, and Ahmad Murr, 25, were abducted by Israeli troops and taken to an unknown location when soldiers attacked and searched their families homes in the village.
Eyewitnesses reported that during the invasion, soldiers also attacked the house of Khalil Musif, 45, and forced him outside along with his two sons Khaled, 24, and Thaer, 22. The three were attacked and hit with rifle butts and batons by the soldiers detaining them; they were released shortly thereafter with cuts and bruises.
Soldiers were apparently looking for a family member called Khairat, who they claimed is on their wanted list, the Musif family reported.