Israeli forces, including undercover agents, abducted, on Wednesday, eleven Palestinian young men from various parts of the West Bank, while soldiers opened fire at and assaulted an unidentified young man near occupied Jerusalem, local sources reported.

In the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank, undercover Israeli agents infiltrated, on Wednesday, the Aqabat Jaber refugee camp, southwest of the ancient city of Jericho.

Media sources said that an undercover Israeli unit infiltrated the camp in two civilian vehicles, and surrounded a building in the camp, until Israeli military reinforcements appeared.

Sources added that the soldiers abducted three Palestinian young men identified as, Muhammad Abu Raya, Ahmed Hajjaj, and Ihab Bilhan, from a barber shop in the surrounded building.

Local Palestinian youths protested the incursion, confronting the army by hurling rocks at the armored vehicles. No injuries among were reported among the youths who resisted the invasion.

Meanwhile, Israeli forces opened heavy fire, on Wednesday at dawn, at the Qalandia military roadblock, north of occupied Jerusalem, before assaulting and abducting its driver, whose identity was not known at the time of writing this report.

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At dawn Wednesday, the army invaded the homes of Amir Tawfiq Al-Khadour, and Reda Muhammad Diab Saadeh, in Bidu town, northwest of occupied Jerusalem, before abducting them.

In the afternoon, soldier abducted Mustafa Abu Sbeih, from the Old City, in addition to Khaled Al-Zeer, who is a citizen of Silwan town in occupied East Jerusalem.

It is important to mention that the occupation authorities, on Wednesday, demolished barracks, and razed his privately-owned land in Silwan town.

Furthermore, undercover Israeli agents, late Wednesday afternoon, and kidnapped Tamer Rami Hammad, 20, while he was at a restaurant in the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem.

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Additionally, Israeli soldiers invaded and searched the homes of Shaher Fakhri al-Hayh, in Surif town, northwest of Hebron in the southern West Bank, and Musab Abdel-Fattah Awad, from Halhul town, north of the city.