Israeli forces abducted 6 Palestinian civilians during three separate incidents in several areas of the southern West Bank city of Hebron on Sunday.

In the morning, Israeli forces attacked and searched a number of Palestinian houses downtown Hebron city; soldiers ransacked the houses and took Nur Al Atrash, aged 19, and Saleem Al Atrash, 19, to unknown detention camps.

In the meantime, the Israeli army also attacked and searched houses in the village of Sa'er, south of Hebron city. Clashes erupted during the invasion. Israeli soldiers left the village after some time taking with them Arafat Jaradat, 25, Talat Jaradat, 22, and Rakan Manasra, 21, eyewitnesses reported.

On Sunday midday Israeli troops stationed at the entrance of the Ibrahimi mosque (tomb of the patriarchs) located in the old city of Hebron abducted an 18 year old Palestinian girl. Witnesses stated that the soldiers stopped the girl, searched her then handcuffed her and took her away. Israeli sources claimed that the girl was carrying a knife, a claim that was contradicted by eyewitnesses that stated that the girl did not have anything with her.