On Sunday, Israeli forces abducted two Palestinians in the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and four others near the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

Occupation forces invaded, at dawn Sunday, the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and abducted two Palestinian citizens.

Media sources said that Israeli soldiers stormed the “Ras Al-Ein” neighborhood in the city, broke into and ransacked the homes of the citizens, Aseed Suleiman Fatayer and Fadi Ghazal, before abducting them.

Meanwhile, the army invaded the village of Talfit, south of the city, and broke into at least one home, ransacking it; no abductions or protests reported.

Palestine TV reported that occupation forces invaded the villages of Sarra, west of the city, and Yitma, to the south, sparking protests among local Palestinian youths.

Furthermore, the soldiers invaded Yatta town, south of Hebron in the occupied West Bank’s southern part, searched homes, and abducted four Palestinians.

Media sources said several Israeli military vehicles invaded the town, before the soldiers stormed and ransacked homes, causing damage, and interrogated many residents while inspecting their ID cards.

They added that the soldiers abducted four Palestinians, Khaled Mousa Jamal Daoud, Issa Abed-Rabbo, Jibril Mousa Abed-Rabbo, and Saifuddin Abu Fannar.

In related news, the soldiers invaded Beit Fajjar town, south of Bethlehem, leading to protests in the At-Tall area in the Old City, and fired live rounds, gas bombs, and concussion grenades.

On Sunday, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society and the Palestinian Detainees’ Committee said in a statement that the Israeli army abducted more than 9.450 Palestinians in the West Bank, including occupied Jerusalem, since October 7. 2023.