On Sunday, Israeli soldiers abducted eight Palestinians, including a father and his two sons, from their homes in Beit Furik town, southeast of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, in addition to the Al-‘Isawiya and Abu Dis towns, in occupied East Jerusalem.
In the northern occupied West Bank, Israeli forces stormed, at dawn Sunday, the town of Beit Furik, southeast of Nablus, invaded Palestinian-owned homes and abducted three young men.
Media sources said that occupation soldiers stormed and ransacked the homes of Hamed Muhammad Hanni Al-Shuli, Jamal Hossam Abu Hait, and Ali Fouad Al-Hajj Mohammad before abducting them.
The soldiers also invaded the Al-‘Isawiya town in occupied East Jerusalem and stormed Palestinian homes before abducting Hasan Yasser Darwish and Mohammad ‘Aahed Shatara.
In Abu Dis town, east of occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted Abdul-Rauf Johar along with his sons Khaled and Adam.