Palestinian sources reported that Israeli forces have invaded a number of cities and villages in the northern and southern parts of the West Bank and abducted six men on Wednesday morning.
Khaled Al Suwiti, 30, Ahmad Al Suwiti, 17, and Mu’ath Al Fahush, 15, were abducted when Israeli troops and jeeps stormed the village of Beit Awa near Hebron city in the southern part of the West Bank, and searched scores of houses in the early dawn hours of Wednesday.
In the meantime, another two were abducted by tha Israeli army when a massive force invaded Tulkarem and Nur Shamss refugee camps near the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem on Wednesday morning.
Soldiers attacked and searched houses after forcing families outside, and abducted Nasser-Allah and Atiah Zayit, both were taken to unknown detention camps.
Al Obadiyah village east of Bethlehem in the southern part of the West Bank was also attacked on Wednesday; local sources reported that troops entered the village from several directions, searched houses then took Ahmad Al Assa, 32, to an unknown location.
Nablus city was also invaded on Wednesday morning. Soldiers and armored vehicles stormed downtown Nablus and the nearby Balata and Askar refugee camps, eyewitnesses stated that soldiers opened fire at residents’ houses and shops. No injuries were reported.
After some time the Israeli army left the city. According to local sources, the Israeli army still does not allow men who are under the age of 35 to leave the city of Nablus.