Israeli soldiers invaded, on Wednesday at dawn, the northern West Bank city of Nablus, Sorra village, and the Balata refugee camp east of the city, and kidnapped four Palestinians, including a former political prisoner who was released a few months ago. Seven Palestinians kidnaped late on Tuesday at night. Local sources in Balata refugee camp have reported that the soldiers invaded the camp, and kidnapped former political prisoner, Yasser Al-Badrasawy, after searching his home. The man was previously held under Administrative Detention for several months without charges.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded the Al-Jabal Ash-Shamaly area, in Nablus city, and kidnapped Ziyad Mresih, and Mousa At-Tanbour, after breaking into their homes and searching them.
Soldiers also invaded Sorra village, near Nablus, and kidnapped one resident identified as Yasser Abdul-Latif Toraby, 45, after breaking into his home.
Late on Tuesday at night, the army invaded Beit Forik village, east of Nablus, and kidnapped four Palestinians identified as Najeh Mleitat, Ashraf Imad Hanani, Abdul-Jabbar Hanani and Salah Ahmad Mas’oud.
Soldiers also invaded Orif village, south of Nablus, and kidnapped Abdul-Rahim Majdi Shihada, after breaking into his home and searching it.
On Tuesday evening, army kidnapped resident Ma’in Moqbel Dweikat, from Nablus, after he returned home from a trip to Jordan.
Another resident, identified as Abdullah Samir Hourani, was kidnapped at a military roadblock installed near the Yitzhar illegal settlement. Hourani is from Qalqilia in the northern part of the West Bank.
Clashes have been reported between local youth and Israeli soldiers invading Faisal Street, in the center of Nablus city.
In related news, the army kidnapped Tha’er Anis, one of the leaders of the Fateh movement in Jerusalem.