Israeli soldiers abducted, Wednesday evening, a Palestinian youth after breaking into his home in Madama village, south of Nablus in the northern part of the West Bank. The army claimed that soldiers invaded the village after a number of youths hurled stones at settler’s vehicles. Hasan Ziyada, member of the Madama Village Council, told the Ma’an News Agency that more than ten Israeli military vehicles invaded the village and fired rounds of live ammunition and concussion grenades before abducting Amir Amin Nassar, 24 years old.

Nassar was kidnapped after the soldiers broke into his home located in the western neighborhood of the village.

Ziyada said that soldiers broke into several homes in the village and searched them causing damage.

Ziyada stated that a number of Israeli ambulances were seen at the settlers’ road indicating that a settler might have been wounded, but Israel did not report injuries at the time of this report.

Israeli sources reported that two Molotov cocktails were hurled at Israeli cars driving near the village, and that no injuries or damages were reported.