The Palestinian Prisoners Society has reported that Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Thursday at dawn, one Palestinian in Teqouaâ town, near Bethlehem, and invaded Beit Fajjar, in addition to closing roads leading to al-Khader.
The PPS said the soldiers invaded and searched the home of Ibrahim Suleiman, in Teqouaâ town east of Bethlehem, before kidnapping his son, Ahmad, 18.
The soldiers also invaded the home of Tareq Yousef Taqatqa, in Beit Fajjar, south of Bethlehem, in an attempt to kidnap his son, Ali, but he was not at home.
It is worth mentioning that Tareqâs son, Khaled, 21 years of age, was killed by Israeli army fire, during a military invasion into the town, two months ago.
In addition, the soldiers closed the southern main road leading to the al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem, after installing a military roadblock in the al-Jisr area, near the Schools Street, and blocked all Palestinian traffic on both directions.
The roadblock prevented the Palestinians from entering or leaving all communities in the western suburbs of Bethlehem; this includes of Batteer, Husan, Nahhalin and Wadi Fukin.
On Thursday morning, the soldiers invaded Abu Dis and al-âEzariyya towns, in occupied Jerusalem, kidnapped one Palestinian, and injured twelve others during ensuing clashes.
On Wednesday evening, Israeli soldiers invaded Shuâfat neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem, kidnapped a child, and also kidnapped a teenager near Tulkarem, in the northern part of the West Bank.