Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Monday morning, three Palestinians from Al Sammoa’ town, south of Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, and installed roadblocks leading to several nearby villages.The WAFA News Agency reported that the soldiers kidnapped Suleiman Dghamin,20, his brother Younis,30, and ‘Ali Al-Dghamin,25, and took them to an unknown destination.

WAFA added that the military also invaded the town of Doura, south of Hebron, and searched the house of Khalid Ghanam causing damage to its property.

On Sunday evening, an Israeli military Jeep rammed a car carrying Palestinian workers after chasing them in the village of Susia, near Hebron.

The driver, Mahmoud Al-Hreini, suffered a fracture to his pelvis and was moved to Al-Ahliya hospital, in Hebron. Also, residents Ahmad Hamada, Ra’ed Al-Daghamin, and Mohammad Al-Daghamin, suffered mild injured and were moved to Yatta hospital.

In related news, soldiers installed military roadblocks at the northern entrance of Hebron, at the entrance of the nearby town of Yatta, and on the main road leading to the towns of Beit Nuba and Beit Kahel, northwest Hebron, stopped dozens of Palestinian vehicles and inspected the identity cards of the passengers.

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