The Ahrar Center for Detainees Studies and Human Rights published its monthly report on Israeli violations against the Palestinians, and said that soldiers killed four Palestinians, injured dozens and kidnapped 325 Palestinians.Ahrar said that the four slain Palestinians have been identified as Younis Radayda, 30, and Mohammad ‘Aasy, 28, from the central West Bank district of Ramallah, in addition to Abdul-Hafith Tayyem, 76, from the northern West Bank district of Qalqilia, and Ahmad Tazaz’a, 22, from Jenin.

It added that Israeli soldiers conducted frequent invasions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank, and limited invasions into Gaza, and that dozens of Palestinians have been injured during clashes with invading soldiers.

As for arrest campaigns, Ahrar said that Hebron was the most impacted as the soldiers kidnapping 90 Palestinians in October, then 43 in Nablus, 40 in Jerusalem, 33 in Ramallah, 29 in Jerusalem and historic Palestine, 26 in Qalqilia, 24 in Bethlehem, 22 in Jenin, 8 on Jericho and the Jordan Valley, 5 in Tulkarem, 3 in Tubas, and two, including a physically-challenged youth, in Salfit.

The Ahrar Center further said that the soldiers kidnapped 17 Palestinian children, below the age of 15, in addition to 17 Palestinians, including two women, who were kidnapped at roadblocks and border terminals.

Also among the kidnapped were three Palestinian journalists.

Head of the Ahrar Center Fuad Al-khoffash, said that the arrests also targeted a number of political leaders, and two legislators identified as Nazzal Ramadan and Maher Bader.

The report was published before an Israeli artillery shell killed, late on Thursday at night, a Palestinian fighter identified as Rabee’ Baraka, 22.

The attack took place in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.