Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at dawn, Beit Reema village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and kidnapped four residents, including three brothers, and a resident who was shot by the army. Local sources reported that clashes were reported between dozens of youths and Israeli soldiers invading their village, and that the army fired rounds of live ammunition wounding one resident, who was also kidnapped by the army.

The sources added that military helicopters participated in the invasion, and fired flares over different parts of the village.

The wounded resident was reportedly moved by the army to the Sheba Medical Center in Tal Hashomer; he remained unidentified until the time of this report.

The three kidnapped brothers have been identified as Ibrahim, Firas and Mohammad Ar-Reemawy, the Maan News Agency reported.

Soldiers also broke into and searched several homes in the village; damage was reported.

Earlier on Monday, Israeli soldiers opened fire at a Palestinian fisherman in Palestinian territorial waters in the Gaza Strip moderately wounding one fisherman.

The army claimed that it opened fire at a fishing boat that “sailed past the allocated area for Palestinian fishermen”, and added that the soldiers towed the boat and moved to the wounded Palestinians to Barzilai Medical Center in Asqalan.