Israeli forces abducted at least twelve Palestinians, on Sunday, including Gaza workers and a female journalist, in the Nablus, Ramallah, Bethlehem, and Hebron governorates in the occupied West Bank.

In the northern West Bank, occupation forces invaded, at dawn Sunday, the village of Madama, south of Nablus, and stormed the home of the young man, Ahmad Fathi Qat, 24, before abducting him.

In the afternoon, soldiers abducted a female journalist for the Palestinian News and Information Agency (WAFA), after she was summoned for an intelligence review.

According to the woman’s family, Rasha Harzallah was summoned by the Israeli authorities to attend an intelligence review at the illegal “Ariel” colony, southwest of Nablus in the northern West Bank.

When Harzallah arrived to the settlement, accompanied by her lawyer, occupation forces placed her in custody and informed her that she would remain there for 72 hours, without any charges laid against her.

Meanwhile, in the central West Bank, Israeli forces stormed the town of Beitunia, west of Ramallah, and abducted six members of the Juha family, all of whom are residents of the Gaza Strip.

Media sources said that the army invaded the town on Sunday morning, stormed residential apartments, and abducted the woman, Asma Nael Salah Juha, three of her brothers, Jamil, Maher, and Salah, the latter’s son, Saleh, and the citizen, Wael Salah Abdullah Juha.

In the town of Al-Khader, southwest of Bethlehem in the southern West Bank, occupation forces broke into the homes of the citizens, Yousef Ahmad Sobeih and Yousef Ibrahim Sobeih, on Sunday morning, before abducting them.

Furthermore, soldiers abducted, in the morning, two Palestinian brothers, Muayyad and Aqel Khudairat, after invading and searching their homes in the town of Ad-Dhahiriya, southwest of Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank.

Media sources added that the army erected many military roadblocks at the entrances to Hebron city, Idhna town, Beit Einun village, in addition to the Al-Fawwar and Al-Arroub refugee camps.

It was added that soldiers stopped and searched several citizens’ vehicles, while inspecting their ID cards and obstructing their movement.

Since the beginning of Israel’s military onslaught against the Gaza Strip since October 7, 2023, Israeli forces have abducted at least 8,985 Palestinian citizens in all governorates of the occupied West Bank.