The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers abducted, on Monday at dawn, at least seventeen Palestinians in several parts of the occupied West Bank; twelve of the abducted Palestinians are from Jenin governorate, in northern West Bank. Two other Palestinians were abducted on Sunday at night.

The soldiers invaded and ransacked dozens of homes across the occupied West Bank, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

In Addition, the soldiers invaded Rommana town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and handed four families military orders for the demolition of their homes under the pretext of not receiving permits from the so-called Civil Administration Office, the executive branch of Israel’s illegal occupation of the West Bank.

Although the invasions targeted Palestinian communities across the West Bank, most of the home invasions and abductions took place in Jenin governorate, in northern West Bank.

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported that the soldiers abducted two siblings, both former political prisoners, identified as Nidal and his brother Ayyoub Ya’coub Enfei’at, from Ya’bad town, west of the northern West Bank city of the West Bank.

The soldiers also abducted nine Palestinians, all from Kabaha family, including two siblings, identified as Monir and Mohammad Nasser Kabaha, from Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank city of Jenin, the PPS added.

On Sunday at night and on Monday at dawn, the soldiers invaded Hebron city, in addition to Doura town and the al-Fawwar refugee camp, in southern West Bank, abducted two Palestinians, Identified as Mahmoud Dahman al-Fasfous, and Yazan Ezzeddin Tealakh, 21, and confiscated agricultural equipment, in addition to uprooting olive trees.

The Palestinians, who were abducted, on Monday at dawn, have been identified as:

  1. Akram Abu Srour, Doha – Bethlehem.
  2. Monir Nasser Alaqma, Barta’a – Jenin.
  3. Mohammad Nasser Alaqma, Barta’a – Jenin.
  4. Burhan Ezzat Kabaha, Barta’a – Jenin.
  5. Mustafa Yahia Kabaha, Barta’a – Jenin.
  6. Mohammad Abdul-Nour Kabaha, Barta’a – Jenin.
  7. Montaser Farid Kabaha, Barta’a – Jenin.
  8. Mohammad Ibrahim Kabaha, Barta’a – Jenin.
  9. Ayman Tawfiq Kabaha, Barta’a – Jenin.
  10. Yousef Essam Kabaha, Barta’a – Jenin.
  11. Ibrahim Emad Amer, Jenin refugee camp – Jenin.
  12. Nidal Ya’coub Enfei’at – Ya’bad – Jenin.
  13. Ayyoub Ya’coub Enfei’at – Ya’bad – Jenin.
  14. Mahmoud Issa Abu Rahma, 23, Bil’in – Ramallah.
  15. Qussai Falah Abu Rahma, 19, Bil’in – Ramallah.
  16. Mo’tasem Abu Alia, al-Mughayyir – Ramallah.
  17. Ahmad Tarifi, Ein Yabrud – Ramallah.