Israeli forces, stationed along the so-called “security fence” between Gaza and Israel, abducted, on Wednesday night, a Palestinian who allegedly crossed through from Gaza into Israel, local sources reported.

In the northern part of the Gaza Strip, soldiers abducted an unidentified Palestinian young man near the border fence, inside of Israel.

In a statement, the army claimed that they, “arrested a Palestinian who filtered the border fence from the northern Gaza Strip into the interior, and was transferred for investigation.”

Earlier today, Israeli forces abducted twenty-one Palestinians, including a man they shot with live rounds, former prisoners, and an elderly man, from separate regions of the occupied West Bank.

Furthermore, the Israeli Navy shot and injured a Palestinian fisherman with a rubber-coated steel round off the northern coast of the Gaza Strip, and the army fired live rounds and tear gas canisters at Palestinian farmers along the eastern border in southern Gaza.