In pre-dawn raids on Monday, Israeli forces abducted seven Palestinians from various parts of the West Bank, and three from Silwan, in Jerusalem.
The Israeli army reportedly abducted a 25-year-old Palestinian man from the West Bank district of Salfeit, early Monday morning.
According to Said Zedan, the mayor of Deir-Istiya town, in the Salfit region, Israeli troops stormed the town and abducted Yusri Abdel Qader Zedan, 25, after having broken into the man’s home, early on Monday morning.
In Jerusalem, Israeli forces abducted Suhaib Arafat al-Aawar, Gabriel Abdel-Moneim Al-Awar and Abdel-Moneim Al-Awar, after they raided their homes in the town of Silwan and ransacked the interior of the homes.
In Hebron district, Israeli forces abducted a Palestinian from the village of Beit al-Roche al-Fawqa, southwest of Hebron, and searched several homes in the district.
Local sources told the Palestinian Wafa News Agency that the Israeli military abducted Hassan Nasser Harbi Kashur, after detaining him along with a number of other young men, and interrogating them, in the yard of the Beit Al-Roche Al-Fawqa Secondary School.
In addition, the Israeli military also searched the house of the freed prisoner Ali Salhab Al-Tamimi, who spent 18 years in the detention camps of the occupation. He had only been released a month ago.
The Israeli troops ransacked his home, located in the Bab al-Zawiya area in the center of Hebron..
In the village of Deir Samet, southwest of Hebron, Israeli forces searched and tampered with the contents of the homes of the citizens Hamza Ali Al-Hroub and Riyadh Mahmoud Safi Al-Hroub.
In Tulkarem, the occupation forces abducted: Ahmed Fayez Shallha (30 years), from Saida, and Omar Hamdan Ahmad Dahbour (29 years), from Tulkarem camp.
Pre-dawn raids are a nightly occurrence by the Israeli military, during which the troops terrorize the Palestinian civilian population as they lie sleeping. The army invades towns, forces down doors, and drags sleeping residents from their beds to take them to interrogation centers and military bases for ‘harsh interrogation’ and imprisonment without charges.