Israeli soldiers kidnapped at least thirteen Palestinians in numerous invasions targeting homes in different parts of the occupied West Bank, and took them to a number of military camps. The invasions started earlier at dawn, and lasted for several hours.Local sources in Hebron have reported that several Israeli military vehicles invaded the town of Sa’ir, north of Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, and kidnapped six Palestinians.
The kidnapped have been identified as Ezzat Mustafa Shalalda, 56, former political prisoner Jihad Mousa Shalalda, 34, Ahmad Shalalda, Islam Younis Shalalda, 30, Mahmoud Hakim Shalalda, and Bilal ‘Aref Shalalda.
In the Nablus district, in the northern West Bank, soldiers invaded and ransacked dozens of homes, and kidnapped four in Burin village, south of the city, and one of Beit Forik, east of Nablus.
The kidnapped have been identified as Mohammad Soheil Najjar, ‘Amr Mohsin Qadous, Mahmoud Nasser ‘As’ous, and ‘Abed Mashour Najjar, all from Burin, in addition to Mleitat Salim in Beit Forik.
In Zababda village, south of Jenin, soldiers kidnapped two brothers, both former political prisoners, after breaking into their home and violently searching it.
The two have been identified as Taha, 26, and his brother Mahdi Najeh Sharqawy, 27 years of age.
On Sunday evening, soldiers kidnapped four women in Bab al-‘Amoud area, in occupied East Jerusalem.
The Maan News Agency said that the soldiers kidnapped Zahiyya Nimir, in her sixties, in addition to Mona Bayya’, who was walking with two siblings, 8 and 13, in addition to kidnapping two more women, who remain unidentified at the time of this report.
Eyewitnesses said the soldiers chased several women, while they were leaving al-Aqsa Mosque, and kidnapped them in al-Wad Street and Bab al-‘Amoud.