On Wednesday, Israeli forces abducted 35 Palestinian citizens and seized 50 vehicles in Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank, in addition to abducting a child in the city of Hebron.

Occupation forces invaded, on Wednesday morning, the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, and stormed several citizens’ homes in many neighborhoods.

Media sources said that the army stormed the town, closing several roads with earth mounds, abducted thirty-five Palestinian citizens, only twenty of whom were identified as Hisham Abu Hashem, Mohammad Awad, Mohammad Khalil Adi, Walid Samir Akhil, Hassan Omar Adi, Badr Hassan Awad, Walid Jamal Massif, Mohammad Jadallah Salibi, Walid Jamal Sabarneh, Ammar Murad Awad, Abdullah Akram Akhil, Ali Raed Akhil, and Yasser Akhil.

The remaining abductees were identified as Hassan Al-Khatib, Mohammad Abu Maria, Aboud Al-Titi, Youssef Imad Al-Baba, Laith Akram Al-Khalil, Amr Arafat Al-Zaqiq, and Abdullah Hussein Awad.

It was added that more than 50 Palestinian-owned vehicles and agricultural vehicles were confiscated by occupation forces during the incursion, who force their owners to drive them to the illegal “Kermei Tzur” colony, built on expropriated Palestinian lands, south of Beit Ummar.

In related news, Israeli soldiers abducted a Palestinian child, on Wednesday afternoon, in the center of the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

Media sources said that occupation forces abducted the child, Amir Mohsen Aseed, 16, who suffers from a psychological disorder, while he was on “Al-Shalala” Street in the city.

According to the child’s family, the army abducted him while he was present in the vicinity of a military roadblock, under the pretext that he was in possession of a knife, however, there were no reports of a stabbing attempt.

They said that soldiers transferred the child to the “Ja’bara” detention center near the illegal “Kiryat Arba” settlement in the city, despite his father having provided medical records regarding his treatment for mental illness.

Palestine TV reported that before dawn on Wednesday, a large army force invaded the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, southwest of Hebron, stormed many citizens’ homes, and opened fire with live rounds, sparking protests.