On Monday morning the Israeli army invaded the northern West Bank city of Nablus and the nearby Balata refugee camp; three civilians were abducted.
Sources in the city reported that at least ten army vehicles and trucks stormed downtown Nablus city and Balata refugee camp. Soldiers searched and ransacked residents’ homes, eyewitnesses said that soldiers also fired sound bombs and live rounds into the houses during the invasion. Medical sources reported no injures.
The three abductees were known as Ahmad Abu Saries, 37, and Jamal Raian, 32, from Balata refugee camp and Mohamed Al Wadi, 17, from the city of Nablus. All were taken to unknown detention camps.
Israeli sources reported that the Israeli army abducted 15 Palestinian civilians during invasions of several West Bank areas on Monday morning.