Eight Palestinian civilians were kidnapped by the Israeli army on Monday during Israeli army pre-dawn invasions targeting several parts of the West Bank.In the southern part of the West Bank, Israeli troops invaded and searched homes in the village of al-Shiyukh, Halul and Yatta located near Hebron City.
Local sources reported that during the attack on the three villages, the army kidnapped three civilians, identified as Mussa Al Halika, 35, the Director of Al Shiyukh Charitable Society; Mohamed Rashid, the Director of Halul Charitable Society, and Mohamed Nawaj’ah, 30, from Yatta village.
In the central part of the West Bank, the Israeli army attacked the village of Beit Reeam, near the city of Ramallah. Eyewitnesses said that troops surrounded the house of the al-Reemawi family, and forced the family out before searching and ransacking the house and kidnapping 30 year old Hussam al-Reemawi.
Meanwhile in the northern part of the West Bank, four Palestinians civilians were kidnapped when Israeli troops attacked the village of Qiffin near Tulkarem.
Local sources reported that soldiers stormed and searched a number of homes in the village before kidnapping Jihad Hursha, 17, Wadee Hursha, 13, Euhab Hursha, 16, and Louai Ammar, 16.