The Israeli army invaded several parts of the West Bank and abducted eight civilians on Monday morning.
Five of those abducted are from the city of Tulkarem in the northern part of the West Bank. In the early morning hours of the day an Israeli army force stormed the city of Tulkarem and the nearby Tulkarem refugee camp; troops searched and ransacked scores of residents' homes then took the five men to unknown detention camps.Among those abducted were Amier Jizmawi, 16, Mo'amer Ali, 32, and Tha'er Abu Salah, 22.
Meanwhile, two civilians were abducted at an Israeli military checkpoint located near the northern West Bank city of Tubass. Local sources reported that soldiers stationed at the checkpoint stopped and searched Palestinian civilians' cars; troops forced the two men out of the car they were in then forced them into a military jeep and took them to an unknown location. The names of the two men remain unknown.
In the southern part of the West Bank, Israeli troops searched and ransacked Palestinian homes in the downtown Hebron city and took Khalil Al Natsha, 27, to an unknown detention camp. Witnesses stated that soldiers forced families out during the house to house search and also damaged some of the families' belongings.