On Monday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded and ransacked many homes across the occupied West Bank and abducted at least fourteen Palestinians, including two siblings and one child.

Media sources in Bethlehem said several army jeeps invaded ‘Aida refugee camp, north of the city, and Nahhalin town, west of Bethlehem, before abducting Abbas Thaher Sadouq, 16, and Mohammad Mahmoud Sakrana, 23, from their homes.

In Hebron city, in the southern part of the West Bank, the soldiers abducted Mousa Jihad Qawasmi and Ahmad Mohammad Al-Hroub.

Furthermore, the soldiers abducted former political prisoners Mo’in Zohour, and Mohammad Asafra, in addition to Osaid Sabri Zohour and Emad Zohour, from their homes in Beit Kahil west of Hebron city.

In Ramallah, in the central West Bank, the soldiers abducted Nihad Hamdan from his home in Beit Sira town, west of the city, Abdul-Mu’ti Rimawi from his home in Beit Rima, northwest of the city, and Mohammad Abu Awwad from Al-Biereh city.

In Nablus, in the northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, Sa’id Sharida, after storming and searching his home near the An-Najah University.

The soldiers also invaded the Al-Makhfiyya neighborhood in Nablus and exchanged fire with Palestinian resistance fighters.

In addition, the soldiers invaded the Zababda town, south of Jenin, leading to protests and an exchange of fire with Palestinian fighters who also targeted a military vehicle with a homemade explosive.


Also in Jenin, many army vehicles invaded Raba town, southeast of the city, and fired many live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs and concussion grenades at Palestinians who protested the invasion,

The army also installed roadblocks on the main Jenin-Nablus Road, especially near the former Homesh colony, stopped and searched dozens of cars, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.

In Tulkarem, in the northwestern Werst Bank, the soldiers invaded Nur Shams refugee camp east of the city, searched homes, and abducted two siblings, Bara’ and Mohammad Fathi Qar’awi.