Israeli forces abducted, on Monday, a Palestinian woman in the city of Qalqilia, in the northwestern part of the West Bank, stormed several Palestinian-owned homes, and interrogated their residents in various regions of the occupied West Bank.

Before dawn on Monday, a large army force invaded the city of Qalqilia in the northwestern part of the West Bank, conducted a large-scale search operation, and abducted a woman.

Media sources said occupation forces stormed many neighborhoods in the city, and broke into several commercial shops and residential buildings.

The army stormed and searched many citizens’ homes, detained their residents, and subjected them to interrogation.

Among the homes invaded was that of the citizen, Ziad Daoud, soldiers abducted the woman, Donia Daoud in an attempt to coerce her son, Tariq Daoud to turn himself to the army.

Meanwhile, on Sunday night, occupation forces invaded towns and villages in the northern West Bank governorate of Jenin.

Media sources said that occupation forces stormed the town of Silat Ad-Dhahr and the village of Al-Fandaqumiya, southwest of Jenin, and the village of Fuqqu’a, northeast of Jenin.

Sources added that the army drove their military vehicles through the streets, and opened fire with live rounds in the village of Al-Fandaqumiya; no injuries or abductions were reported.

Furthermore, Israeli troops stormed, before dawn on Monday, the Aqabat Jabr refugee camp southwest of Jericho in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

Media sources said that the army conducted a wide-scale search operation, breaking into and searching several citizens’ homes.

It was added that soldiers assaulted many residents, detained several of them, and subjected them to interrogation; no abductions were reported.