Seven Palestinians, including three minors, were abducted by Israeli forces from the Hebron and Bethlehem districts on Wednesday, according to reports by local and security sources.Soldiers stormed Al-Fawwar refugee camp, to the south of Hebron City, today, according to WAFA.
One 21-year-old Palestinian was taken captive, along with three 17-year-olds, after forces raided and ransacked their homes.
Forces also raided Bani Naâ€˜im, to the east of the city, and Hahul, to the north, where they kidnapped two Palestinians after breaking into their homes, according to reports by Amjad Al-Najjar, Director of the Palestinian Prisoners Society.
Furthermore, in the Bethlehem district, Israeli troops stormed Aida refugee camp to the north of the city, where they abducted a 23-year-old Palestinian, following a similar raid on his home.
Over 550,000 Israelis now live in Jewish-only settlements across the region, including occupied East Jerusalem, around and between Palestinian villages.
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