A number of armored Israeli military vehicles and jeeps invaded, on Wednesday morning, various communities in the southern West Bank district of Hebron, injured one Palestinian and kidnapped two. Local sources said the soldiers invaded Sa’ir town, northeast of Hebron, and fired a number of concussion grenades wounding a Palestinian man in the head.
The wounded man, Ishaq Shalalda, 42, suffered cuts and burns on his head, and was moved to the Hebron Governmental Hospital suffering a moderate injury.
Soldiers also kidnapped Tha’er Rida Shalalda from Sa’ir, and Salah Hasaniyya, 20, from the al-‘Arroub nearby refugee camp.
In addition, several military jeeps invaded Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, and kidnapped two Palestinians from Safa area, in the northern part of the town.
The kidnapped have been identified as Mohammad Nawwaf ‘Aadi, 18, and Ali Sami ‘Aadi, 17.
They were harvesting their almond trees in their own land when the soldiers took them to the Etzion military and security base.
At least 16 Palestinians, including seven children, have been kidnapped in Beit Ummar since the beginning of this month.
Soldiers also installed several roadblocks at the northern entrance of Hebron city, and the main entrances of the town of Sa’ir and Bani Neim, searching dozens of cars and interrogating residents while inspecting their ID cards.
Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, Israeli police abducted a 13-year-old Palestinian from the Old City, according to WAFA.
Police interrogated the teen at 11:00 pm, without the presence of his legal custodian and in violation of the law, Palestinian Prisoners’ Society attorney Mufid al-Haj stated.
Furthermore, in Bethlehem, Israeli troops raided Wadi Shahin neighborhood, where they served one Palestinian with a notice to appear for interrogation before Israeli intelligence, after breaking into and ransacking his home.
Earlier on Wednesday, at dawn, soldiers invaded the al-Am’ari refugee camp, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, shot and killed a young Palestinian man, and wounded several others.