Israeli forces abducted, on Wednesday, eight Palestinians in the Jericho and Ramallah governorates, in the northeastern and central occupied West Bank.

Occupation forces invaded, on Wednesday morning, the Aqabat Jaber refugee camp, southwest of Jericho, in the northeastern part of the West Bank, and abducted two former prisoners.

According to Eid Barahma, the director of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) in Jericho and the Jordan Valley, soldiers invaded and searched the homes of the two former prisoners, Mohammad Hamza Abdullah Tarik and Amin Abdul Rahim Qatash, before abducting them.

Meanwhile in the central West Bank, the army abducted six Palestinian citizens in the Ramallah governorate, on Wednesday morning.

Media sources said that occupation forces invaded the town of Kafr Malek, northeast of Ramallah, abducted Amjad Qais Abdel Majeed Ba’irat, 25, and Amir Alaa Mohammad Ba’irat, 20, after storming their homes.

It was added that soldiers detained and assaulted several citizens after breaking into their homes, and subjected them to interrogation before releasing them.

Meanwhile, the army invaded the village of Al-Mughayyir, northeast of the city, broke into and ransacked several citizens’ homes, and abducted Mohammad Harbi Abu Alia, 42, Yousef Mohammad Abdullah Naasan, 37, Attaf Abdullah Naasan, 44, and Asif Attiya Naasan, 47.