Updated: On Monday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded many communities across the occupied West Bank, including occupied Jerusalem, broke into and ransacked dozens of homes, and abducted at least sixteen Palestinians, including a father and three of his sons, in addition to a young man and his wife. Among the abducted Palestinians is a young man who the soldiers shot.

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) said the soldiers surrounded and invaded many communities across the West Bank before storming and conducting violent searches of homes.

The PPS added that the soldiers abducted the Palestinians, including a father and his three sons, and a former political prisoner, from their homes and took them to several detention and interrogation facilities.

The soldiers also installed a military roadblock at the main entrance of Deir Ballout town, west of the central West Bank city of Salfit, and detained many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

In Bethlehem, many soldiers invaded the Al-Obeyyat area and violently searched the home of Hamza Osama Masri, causing damage.

Among the Palestinians are a husband and his wife, abducted from their homes in the al-Isawiya town in Jerusalem.

One of the abducted Palestinians, Anas Hassouna, 26, was shot by the soldiers before they abducted him.

The soldiers abducted three Palestinians, including a teenage boy, and summoned three for interrogation, near Hebron.

The abducted Palestinians are:

  1. Sa’id Shawish, Old City – Jerusalem.
  2. Ahmad Sa’id Shawish, Old City – Jerusalem.
  3. Abdullah Sa’id Shawish, Old City – Jerusalem.
  4. Hamza Sa’id Shawish, Old City – Jerusalem.
  5. Eyad Hijazi, Old City – Jerusalem.
  6. Mofid Obeid, Al-Isawiya – Jerusalem.
  7. Abdul-Karim Shiokhy, Silwan – Jerusalem.
  8. Mofid’s wife (name was not available), Al-Isawiya – Jerusalem.
  9. Mahmoud Joulani, Jerusalem.
  10. Ra’ed Haikal Al-Emwasi, Anata – east of Jerusalem.
  11. Anas Hassouna, Betunia – Ramallah.
  12. Akram Salma, former political prisoner, Betunia – Ramallah.
  13. Tareq Al-Emwasi, Betunia – Ramallah.
  14. Ahmad Walid Zama’ra, 19, Halhoul – Hebron.
  15. Ibrahim Ahmad Zama’ra, 17, Halhoul – Hebron.
  16. Mohammad Khalil Ramadan, 21, Halhoul – Hebron.