Israeli forces abducted, on Wednesday, at least thirty-four Palestinians, including, former prisoners, children, in addition to an international activist, during several incursions into various regions of the occupied West Bank.

Occupation forces stormed the village of Jayyus, east of Qalqilia in the northwestern part of the West Bank, and abducted eight Palestinians.

Media sources said that soldiers abducted the citizens, Ahmad Al-Khatib, Karam Bayda, Ammar Shamasneh, Osama Abu Saada, Kamel Al-Khatib, Musab Jamal, Sabri Bayda, and Ahmad Ihab.

In the morning, the army stormed the towns of Al-Yamoun and Ya’bad, northwest and west of Jenin in the northern West Bank, and abducted a Palestinian young man.

Media sources said that soldiers broke into and searched the home of the young man, Ahmad Hussein Al-Labadi, before abducting him.

Meanwhile, Israeli forces invaded Ya’bad town, west of Jenin, on Wednesday evening, storming several neighborhoods, and conducted a wide-scale search operation; no abductions were reported.

Later, a large army force stormed several neighborhoods in the town of Arraba, southwest of Jenin, conducted a large-scale search operation, and abducted a child.

Media sources said that after storming the town, occupation forces abducted the child, Mazen Mahmoud Attari, 14, taking him to an unknown location.

Before dawn, a large military force, accompanied by a bulldozer, stormed the town of Tammun, south of Tubas in the northeastern part of the West Bank, and abducted a former prisoner.

According to Kamal Bani Odeh, the director of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) in Tubas, said that Israeli forces abducted the former prisoner, Talib Khaled Bani Odeh, after breaking into and searching his home.

In the northern West Bank, Israeli forces abducted, on Wednesday morning, two Palestinians, including a former prisoner in the Nablus governorate.

Media sources said that a special army unit infiltrated the New Askar refugee camp, east of Nablus, followed by reinforcements.

Sources added that soldiers broke into and searched the home of the former prisoner, Mohammad Osama Hefzi Yaish, before abducting him.

It was added that the army invaded the village of Beit Iba, west of Nablus, and abducted the young man, Mohammad Jamal Atallah, after storming his home.

In the afternoon, occupation soldiers invaded the city of Nablus, and abducted a Palestinian child identified as Sami Antar, 15.

Furthermore, the army invaded and ransacked, on Wednesday morning, the home of Abdul Rahman Abdul Latif, and assaulted his family before abducting him in the town of Anata, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.

In the southern West Bank, soldiers abducted two Palestinians in the Bethlehem governorate, one of whom was abducted in an attempt to coerce a family member to surrender himself to occupation forces.

Media sources said that on Wednesday morning, Israeli troops abducted the citizen, Sheikh Issa Soman, in the city of Bethlehem, in order to pressure his nephew, Ibrahim Soman, to turn himself in to occupation authorities.

West of the city, soldiers stormed and searched the home of Mohammad Raed Hamamra, 24, in the town of Husan, before abducting him.

Moreover, occupation forces abducted eighteen Palestinians in the southern West Bank governorate of Hebron, after storming and ransacking their homes.

Media sources said that the army invaded the town of Ad-Dhahiriya, southwest of Hebron and abducted the citizens, Wadih Samamra, Ibrahim Samamra, Mahmoud Rateb Samamra, Bassam Al-Tal, Sameh Shaheen, Youssef Iyad Shaheen, Ahmad Nassar Al-Tal, Hazem Talal Al-Tal, and Baraa Mazen Nasrallah.

Additionally, soldiers abducted Mohammad Abu Sharkh, Nabil Abu Sharkh, Ghassan Abu Sharkh, Mahmoud Amjad Samra, Hani Zayed Al Hawarin, Zaki Abu Allan, Mahmoud Amjad Abu Allan, and Ghassan Melhem Al-Hawarin.

Soldiers also abducted the young man, Aseed Walid Amr, from his home in the city of Hebron.

Later in the morning, after an Israeli settler attack, occupation forces abducted two Palestinians and an international activist in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron.

Soldiers abducted the brothers, Moaz and Suhaib Mahmoud Hamamda, while they were present on their own land, in addition to an unidentified international activist who was documenting the colonizer attack.

Since the beginning of Israel’s military onslaught against the Gaza Strip since October 7, 2023, Israeli forces have abducted more than 9,280 Palestinian citizens in all governorates of the occupied West Bank.