On Saturday morning, the Israeli army kidnapped two Palestinians in Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, and broke into houses of members of the National Committee Against Settlements.Mohammad Awad, Media spokesman for the Palestinian Solidarity Project, stated that Israeli troops abducted two Palestinians while working in their lands adjacent to Al Baq’a area,east of Hebron.

The two were identified as ‘Allam al-Za’akek,16; Mohannad Awad,18; both the town of Beit Umar.

Awad added that soldiers also broke into the houses of Ahmad Abu Hashem for the eighth time this year.

Abu Hashem is the secretary of National Committee Against Settlements, handed him an order to head to the nearest military base for questioning.

Furthermore, soldiers broke into the house of Mousa Abu Maria, the coordinator of the Committee, and searched the property causing damage.