Israeli forces, on Sunday, kidnapped at least 15 Palestinians from the occupied West Bank, including a physically disabled ex-detainee, while summoning one for interrogation, according to reports by media and security sources.Israeli authorities raided the town of Beit Ummar, to the north of Hebron, where they arrested two brothers, according to WAFA, one of whom is a released prisoner suffering from physical disabilities due to injuries sustained by Israeli fire.

They brothers were identified as Mahmoud and Zeyad Ikhleel.

Forces also stormed an area of Hebron city, where they abducted 20-year-old Sohaib and Abd al-Rahman Jnaidi after raiding and rummaging through the contents of their homes.

Meanwhile, two Palestinians in the Bethlehem governorate village of Hosan were also taken by Israeli forces, following a similar raid on their homes.

Meanwhile, the home of one Mohammad al-Jaafari, age 43, in Dheisheh Refugee Camp, to the south of Bethlehem, was also raided, upon which Mr. al-Jaafari was served with a notice to appear before the Israeli intelligence, at Gush Etzion settlement bloc.

UPDATE 10/20/14: According to Al Ray, local sources said that Israeli forces arrested two young men after raiding their homes in the neighborhood of Ras al-Jura, in Hebron city, in addition to arresting one other Palestinian. The prisoners were taken to an unknown destination.

Local sources from the town of Bani Naim confirmed the abduction of the two brothers and another individual from the same family, in addition to four more Palestinian civilians in Hebron.

Israeli authorities announced the arrest of four citizens in Bethlehem, Qalqilya and in the town of Peten, near Ramallah.

The army claimed that five of the detainees were involved in resistance activities in the West Bank , and were referred to authorities for interrogation.