Israeli forces abducted, on Sunday, nine Palestinians, including four children, and injured a woman, in the governorates of Jericho, Salfit, occupied Jerusalem, and Hebron.

Media sources said that occupation forces abducted, on Sunday morning, three Palestinians, and injured a woman in the village of Fasayel, north of Jericho in the northeastern part of the West Bank.

According to Eid Barahma, the director of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) in Jericho, the army stormed the village of Fasayel, and abducted three young men after invading and ransacking their homes.

Barahma added that occupation forces assaulted and abducted the two brothers, Mohammad and Ibrahim Kamal Ashtian Shalalfa, in addition to Bakr Jadie Mahmoud Rashaida.

He added that soldiers confiscated cell phones, cash, and gold jewelry from the homes of the three abductees.

Eyewitnesses reported that the army invaded one of the homes in the village, and assaulted a Palestinian woman, causing various bruises and injuries; she was transported to hospital for treatment.

Meanwhile, in the central part of the West Bank, Israeli forces abducted two Palestinian young men, while they were on their land near the village of Deir Ballut, southwest of Salfit.

Media sources said that occupation forces stormed Deir Ballut, on Sunday evening, and abducted Adel Fadel Odeh Mustafa and Abu Abdul Wahab, while they were on their lands in the “Khallet Qasoul” area, south of the village.

Furthermore, the army abducted three Palestinian children, Adam Gheith, Rashid Natsha, and Omar Alloun, after invading and ransacking their families’ homes in Beit Hanina town, north of occupied Jerusalem.

In the southern West Bank, the army stormed the city of Hebron, on Sunday night, and abducted a Palestinian child identified as Ahmad Al-Karaki, 14.

In related news, occupation forces invaded, at dawn, the eastern region of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, in addition to the Balata refugee camp, east of the city, and the villages of Madama and ’Asira al-Qibliya, south of the city.

Media sources said that a large army forces stormed the Balata refugee camp, and positioned sharpshooters on the rooftops of citizens’ homes, sparking protests.

Soldiers opened fire with live rounds, tear gas canisters, and concussion grenades, while infantry units broke into and ransacked many citizens’ homes in the camp.

Since the beginning of Israel’s military onslaught against the Gaza Strip since October 7, 2023, Israeli forces have abducted more than 9,125 Palestinian citizens in all governorates of the occupied West Bank.