Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Saturday at night and on Sunday at dawn, three Palestinians in Hebron city in the southern part of the West Bank, and in the nearby town of Beit Ummar, before taking them to an unknown destination.The army broke into and searched the home of Fathi Ikhlayyil, in Beit Ummar, and forced him and two of his sons outside, where they were held against their will in the cold for ninety minutes, until the older son, Nasr, 23, came back from his night job. Soldiers then released the father and his two sons, and took Nasr.

Furthermore, soldiers attacked the home of Nasser Al-Allami, and kidnapped his son Mohammad, 20, who had just returned from a business trip to Jordan.

Clashes took place during the invasion as dozens of youth hurled stones at the invading forces, who withdrew after taking Mohammad and Nasr.

Furthermore, soldiers based in the center of the Old City of Hebron, kidnapped Farid Al-Oweiwy, 26, and took him to an undisclosed location.

Israeli army conducts daily invasions into Palestinian cities, towns, villages and refugee camps in the occupied territories; such invasions include breaking into homes and abducting residents.

This is happening while Israeli settlers are stepping-up their assaults against the residents, their homes and lands, and against holy sites.