Updated: Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at dawn, the towns of Doura and Surif, south of the southern West Bank district of Hebron, stormed and violently searched dozens of homes, before kidnapping 16 Palestinians in Doura, three in Sa’ir and one in Surif.

The soldiers surrounded the al-Koum, Kharsa and Sinjer areas, in Doura, conducted extensive and violent searched of homes, causing damage, and kidnapped fourteen Palestinians.

The kidnapped Palestinians from Doura have been identified as Hasan Jabara al-Faqeeh, Mohammad Ismael al-Faqeeh, Haitham Ismael Talahma, Ayed Ahmad al-Faqeeh, his sons Firas and Mohammad, Bader and his brother Eyad Ziad Abu Ehlayyel, (both were injured), Ashraf Naji Amro, Ahmad Abdul-Majid Amayra, Anas Abdul-Majid Shadeed, Ahmad Azmi Tbeish, Khaled Ali Suleiman Tbeish, Anas Ibrahim Shadeed, Mofeed Mousa Shadeed, Shaer Abdul-Majid Barweesh and his from Majed.

It is worth mentioning that Hasan Jabara al-Faqeeh is the brother of Mohammad al-Faqeeh, 27, who was shot dead by the Israeli army on July 27th, after the soldiers fired missiles into a home and bulldozed it.

Al-Faqeeh family members were released a few hours after their abduction, the al-Huriya Media network in Hebron has reported.

In Sa’ir town, the soldiers kidnapped Dia’ Tarayra, Ra’ad Tarwa and Mosab Ezzat Shalalda.

The soldiers interrogated many Palestinians, including women and children, while searching their homes, and took the kidnapped residents to Etzion military base.

In addition, the soldiers invaded Surif town, searched a few homes and kidnapped one Palestinian, identified as Mohammad Ibrahim al-Hoor.

Dozens of soldiers were also deployed around the Ibrahimi mosque and several nearby homes in Hebron city.

On Monday morning, the soldiers invaded the Deheishe refugee camp, south of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, shot and injured three Palestinians, and kidnapped two others.