The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) expressed serious concerns regarding the fate of dozens of Palestinians the soldiers abducted since the offensive in Jenin started Monday, especially since there is no information regarding their whereabouts or wellbeing.

The PPS said there is no clear information about the abducted Palestinians’ fate, exact numbers, and conditions.

It added that while the army said it abducted 120 Palestinians in Jenin since the Israeli offensive on Jenin started a day earlier, the numbers declared by Israel are inaccurate, and there is no information about their conditions, how many of them were shot before being abducted or any vital information about their fate or the detention and interrogation centers, they might have been sent to.

“We are also unable to communicate with the families of those abducted in Jenin refugee camp due to the ongoing Israeli offensive and siege, and we could not obtain any information about them,” the PPS said in a statement, “the Israeli army is just talking about numbers but is failing to provide any further information.”

The PPS added that, due to the ongoing large-scale Israeli onslaught in the Jenin refugee camp, and the massive destruction of homes, streets, and property, fears are rising regarding the fate of the dozens of abducted Palestinians.

It also called on the International Red Cross and all related organizations to intervene and pressure Israel into providing information about the detainees, including their exact numbers, their health conditions, and the facilities they are held at.

Also, the army only said that one of the abducted Palestinians, whom the soldiers shot before taking him prisoner, has died at the Rambam Israeli medical center, but did not provide any details or more information.

On Monday night, the Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed the death of a Palestinian teen, Mustafa Nidal Al-Qassem, 17, whom Israeli soldiers shot during the ongoing offensive on Jenin in the northern West Bank. The slain teen is the tenth Israeli soldier killed Monday; nine in Jenin and one near Ramallah.

He was the nineth Palestinian the soldiers kill in Jenin, after the army killed eight earlier Monday, in addition to wounding more than 100, twenty seriously.

The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the eight slain Palestinians as Samih Firas Abu Al-Wafa, 21, Aws Hani Hannoun, 19, Husam Mohammad Abu Theeba, 18, Noureddin Husam Marshoud, 16, Mohammad Mohannad Shami, 23, Ahmad Mohammad Al-Amer, 21, Ali Hani Al-Ghoul, 17, and Majdi Ar’arawi, 17.

The Israeli military spokesperson said Israel still has ten targets to achieve in its Jenin refugee camp offensive and said the soldiers have abducted about 120 young men.

In a press conference, the spokesperson said that the army estimated that there are 300 Palestinian fighters in Jenin and added that it has a list of names of about 160.

Hundreds of Palestinian families (approximately 3000 Palestinians) were displaced from their homes in the refugee camp and went to the nearby Jenin governmental hospital and mosques after the army ordered them to leave as it continues its offensive.

Israeli military bulldozers and missiles caused excessive damage to homes and buildings, and bulldozed streets, in addition to destroying cars, and blocking access to the refugee camp, and attacking ambulances, medics and journalists.

Furthermore, the soldiers killed Mohammad Emad Hassanein, 21, at the entrance of the Al-Biereh city in the central West Bank.