Israeli soldiers injured, Sunday, one Palestinian and abducted two others near Jenin, in northern West Bank, in addition to abducting a teenage boy near Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem, and two near Tubas in northeastern West Bank.

Media sources in Jenin said the soldiers chased a Palestinian car occupied by three young men and opened fire at it, wounding Abdullah Bassem Abu Bakr, in addition to abducting Adham Ali Hasan Irmeilat and Sha’lan Kiwan Abu Bakr.

The incident took place on the road between the towns of Ya’bad and Zibda, southwest of Jenin.

In addition, the soldiers invaded Beit Fajjar town, south of Bethlehem, searched several homes, and abducted Ahmad Nabil Thawabta, 17.

The soldiers also detained Ahmad’s uncle, Anwar Thawabta, and interrogated him for several hours before releasing him.

Furthermore, the soldiers abducted Ahmad Nasser Daraghma, 24, and No’man Abdul-Mon’em Sawafta, 24, while crossing Tayasir military roadblock, east of Tubas in northeastern West Bank.

On Saturday, the soldiers shot three Palestinians during a nonviolent procession near Tayasir military roadblock, east of Tubas.