On Saturday dawn, Israeli soldiers abducted at least three Palestinians after the soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes and searched lands in the occupied West Bank.

In Jenin, in the northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted a Palestinian, whose name was unknown at the time of this report, after stopping him at a military roadblock near Ya’bad town, west of the city.

The soldiers also invaded the villages and towns of Jalboun, Faqqu’a, Arbouna, Al-Jalama, and Deir Ghazala, stormed and ransacked several homes, and searched lands in the area.

Protests were also reported after many army vehicles invaded the archaeological area in Sebastia town, northwest of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, leading to protests.

In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted a young man, Abdul-Nasser Al-Liddawia, after storming his home and ransacking it in the At-Tour town.

The town’s invasion led to protests before the soldiers fired live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs.

In the southern part of the West Bank in Hebron, the soldiers abducted a young man, Montaser Hasan Abu Ayyash, after storming and ransacking his home in Beit Ummar town, north of the city.

Furthermore, the Israeli army continued its tight siege on the Al-Mughayyir village, east of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, for the eleventh day, preventing the Palestinians from entering or leaving the village and forcing many to take longer, unpaved and rough routs, largely on foot.

The village is subject to constant violations by the soldiers and the colonizers, including destroying property, cars, structures, and irrigation lines, uprooting farmlands, and burning crops.