Israeli forces shot three Palestinians, including a child, on Tuesday night, in the town of Beita, south of Nablus, and abducted three young men from the Jenin governorate, in the northern occupied West Bank.

On Tuesday night, occupation forces shot three Palestinians, including a child, with live rounds, after invading the town of Beita, south of Nablus in the northern West Bank, sparking protests.

According to Ahmad Jibril, the director of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) Ambulance and Emergency Services in Nablus, a young man sustained a gunshot wound to the abdomen, another was shot in the leg, and a child was shot in the hand.

Earlier on Tuesday, soldiers shot two Palestinians with live ammunition, including a child, and abducted two others in the Nablus governorate.

Meanwhile, at dawn Tuesday, occupation forces invaded several parts of the northern West Bank governorate of Jenin, and abducted two young men.

Media sources said that the army stormed the town of Silat Ath-Thaher, southwest of Jenin, and abducted Jaafar Ghassan Atiya, after breaking into and ransacking his home.

Sources added that soldier invaded the nearby village of Al-Fandaqumiya, southwest of Jenin, and abducted Aws Qarariya, after breaking into and ransacking his home.

The army also invaded the villages of Zababda and Raba, southeast of Jenin, and conducted a large-scale search operation.

Furthermore, on Tuesday night, Israeli forces abducted a young man from the Jenin refugee camp when he was passing through a military roadblock in the northern Jordan Valley.

According to eyewitnesses, occupation soldiers abducted a father of three, Issa Fakhri Howeil, when he passed through the “Al-Hamra” military roadblock, taking him to an unknown location.

In related news, before dawn on Wednesday, several military vehicles stormed the village of Al-Jalama, north of Jenin, in addition to the town of Arraba, to the southwest, and roamed several neighborhoods; no abductions were reported.

Additionally, in the northwestern part of the West Bank, occupation forces invaded the city of Tulkarem from its southern entrance, before dawn on Wednesday.

Media sources said that military vehicles roamed the western neighborhood of the city, the suburbs of Ertah, south of the city, and Shweika, to the north, and the village of Far’un, south of Tulkarem.

Before midnight on Tuesday/Wednesday, Israeli forces assassinated four Palestinians when an armed drone fired a missile in the center of the Nur Shams refugee camp, east of Tulkarem.

The slain young men were identified as Yazid Sa’ed Adel Shafe’, 22, Nimir Anwar Ahmad Hamarsha, 25, Mohammad Yasser Raja Shehada, 20, and Mohammad Hasan Ghannam Kanouh, 22.