An Israeli military vehicle, on Saturday, hit a Palestinian girl in the southern West Bank, injuring her seriously, according to a local spokesman.

Nidal al-Haddar, spokesman for Yatta’s popular committee, told Ma’an News Agency that an Israeli military jeep hit 14-year-old Samirah Tawfiq Awad during a protest in Yatta.

Samirah was transferred to a nearby hospital, where medics said she had sustained serious injuries.

According to a WAFA report, Israeli forces abducted, on Saturday, three people in Bethlehem and Hebron districts, in addition to summoning others for interrogation, according to security sources.

Two people were taken from Al-Khader, a village located to the south of Bethlehem, while they were working in Jerusalem, for being in the city without a permit.

They also served two people, aged 23 and 24 years, from Dheished camp, with notices to appear before Israeli intelligence in Gush Etzion settlement.

Meanwhile, a 16-year-old minor was also kidnapped near the Ibrahimi Mosque, in Hebron.

They also took over the rooftop of a resident’s house and turned it into an outpost, on Suhada Street.

Forces also stormed Sa’ir and Dura, located respectively to the northeast and south of Hebron, where they broke into some houses and served several people with notices to appear before Israeli intelligence.

Meanwhile, they set up checkpoints in many neighborhoods in Hebron city, as well as at the entrances of Sa’ir and Halhl, stopping vehicles traveling along the roads and examining passengers’ ID cards.

The internationally recognized Palestinian territories, of which the West Bank and East Jerusalem form a part, have been occupied by the Israeli military since 1967.