On Tuesday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded several communities across the occupied West Bank, broke into and ransacked many homes, and abducted several Palestinians, including a father and his son.
Among the abducted Palestinians are a father, Abdul-Rahim Bisharat, and his son after the soldiers invaded the Khirbat Al-Hadidiya village in the Northern Plains and searched many homes and tents.
The soldiers also abducted two teenage boys, Odai Awwad Hammad, 17, and Mustafa Abdul-Jaber Hamed, 17, from their homes in Silwan town, east of the central West Bank city of Ramallah.
In the West Bank’s southern part of Hebron, the soldiers abducted Abdullah Mahmoud Farajallah and Riyad Abu Thieb after storming their homes and ransacking them in Ethna town, west of the city.
The soldiers also invaded and ransacked many homes in Sa’ir town, northeast of Hebron, and assaulted many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
The army installed many roadblocks at Hebron city’s northern roads and the streets leading to Bani Naim, Sa’ir, and Halhoul, stopped and searched dozens of cars, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
In related news, illegal Israeli colonizers caused damage to several Palestinian cars near the former Homesh colony, south of Jenin, in the northern West Bank, as the colonizers continued the work to rebuild the illegal colony.
In addition, dozens of armored military vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded Nur Shams refugee camp east of Tulkarem in the northwestern West Bank and caused serious damage to homes, cars, and street stands, during massive invasions and violent searches of homes.
Also Tuesday dawn, dozens of Israeli military vehicles invaded the eastern area of Nablus and the Askar refugee camp in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, took measurements of two homes in preparation for demolishing them before the soldiers injured many Palestinians during the ensuing protests.
Furthermore, Israeli soldiers injured many students and teachers in an elementary school in Huwwara town, south of Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.