Israeli forces abducted ten Palestinian citizens, on Monday, in the governorates of Qalqilia, Jenin, and Jericho, in the northwestern, northern, and northeastern regions of the West Bank.

Media sources said that before dawn Monday, the army invaded the city of Qalqilia, in the northwestern part of the West Bank, and abducted three Palestinians.

Sources added that occupation forces abducted the young men, Ahmed Soyani, Rabie Khader, and Mahmoud Shaheen, after storming and searching their homes.

In related news, Israeli police shot a Palestinian young man from the city of Qalqilia, while he was at his workplace in the occupation state of Israel.

Media sources said that occupation police shot an unidentified Palestinian worker in the thigh with live ammunition.

The wounded young man was transferred to the Al-Jalama military roadblock, north of Jenin, before an ambulance transported to hospital in Jenin.

Meanwhile, at dawn Monday, Israeli forces invaded the village of Faqqu’a, northeast of Jenin in the northern West Bank, and abducted six Palestinian young men.

Media sources said that soldiers stormed and searched the homes of the young men, Tamim Abdel Qader Massad, Youssef Salama, Yamen Abu Hamed, Ahmad Nasser Salama, Luay Haitham Al-Badi, and Uday Ziyad Al-Mady, before abducting them.

Furthermore, the army abducted a young man after invading the city of Jericho, in the northeastern part of the West Bank, and the Aqabat Jabr refugee camp, southwest of the city.

According to Eid Barahma, the director of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) in Jericho, Israeli forces abducted the young man, Abdul Karim Murad Abu Zeina, in the Aqabat Jabr camp.