Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday, separate areas in the Hebron governorate, in the southern part of the West Bank, and abducted three Palestinian young men, according to local sources.

North of Hebron, military vehicles stormed the Al-Aroub refugee camp, which sparked protests among the local youths who confronted the invading army with rocks.

Soldiers broke into and searched the home of Ismail Hashem Awadat in the camp, before abducting him.

Meanwhile , northeast of Hebron, soldiers invaded Sa’ir town, invaded the homes of the two young men, Ahmed Raed al-Faroukh, 20, and Mamoun Aziz al-Faroukh, 20, before abducting them.

In related news, occupation forces shot and injured five Palestinian young men, caused inhalation injuries to dozens more, and abducted one from the Ramallah governorate.