Israeli forces kidnapped nine Palestinians on Wednesday, including four minors from West Bank cities of Hebron, Bethlehem, Nablus and Jenin.Palestinian security sources have reported that the Israeli army raided al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, where two Palestinian youth were abducted after soldiers broke into their parents’ homes.

The PNN has identified the youth as: Mohammad Jawabreh, 17 years old, and Ibrahim al-Balasi, 19 years old.

Furthermore, several shops in Hebron were raided as soldiers set up checkpoints at the main entrance of the city, where they stopped vehicles and inspected passenger IDs.

In the Bethlehem district, Israeli soldiers kidnapped three children from Taqu’ after breaking into their parents’ homes.

The children were identified as: Ahmad Khaled al-Omour, age 14, (two brothers) Kariem and Mousa, aged 18 and 15 years old, and one Mohammad al-Omour.

In the northern West Bank, Israeli soldiers kidnapped three Palestinian youth from the city of Nablus and Balata refugee camp, located east of of the city.

The youth were identified as: Mahmoud Fathi al-Jbali, 20 years old, Suliman Abu-Asab, 23, and Iyad Subhi al-Wazeer, age 20.

Forces also arrested the former prisoner Jamil Abed el-Latif Nabhan, 25 years old, from Jenin refugee camp, after raiding his parents’ home, according to the PNN.

Since 1967, Israel has imprisoned over 800,000 Palestinians, including children.