On Sunday, Israeli soldiers abducted two Palestinians, including a child, and invaded a hospital in occupied East Jerusalem, in the West Bank.

Media sources said the soldiers invaded the At-Tour town, east of Jerusalem, and abducted a young man, Mahmoud Abu Sbeitan.

In Silwan town, the soldiers abducted a child, Malek Monther Rajabi, 13, from the Batn Al-Hawa neighborhood and moved him to an interrogation facility, and summoned another child, Hasan Issa, for interrogation.

In related news, the soldiers invaded the Al-Makassed Islamic Charity Hospital in Jerusalem and conducted searches.

Also, the army released two Palestinian children, Omar Jebrini and Zeid Abu Qweider, from Silwan, after detaining and interrogating them for several hours.

Abu Qweider was released after an Israeli court issued a five-day house arrest order and a 5000 Shekels bail, under the condition to return to the court when a new hearing is scheduled.

In addition, the Palestinian Detainee’s Committee said an Israeli court remanded Mohammad and Osama Fakhouri, who were abducted earlier, until Thursday, and a child, Mohammad Tahhan, until October 9, in addition to a young man, Ismael Halawi, until July 23.

Earlier Sunday, Israeli soldiers abducted ten Palestinians, and summoned for interrogation a man with Down Syndrome. in several parts of the occupied West Bank.