Israeli occupation forces abducted, at dawn Tuesday, five Palestinian young men from the Nablus, Jerusalem, and Bethlehem governorates in the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.
In the northern West Bank, Israeli soldiers invaded various parts of the Nablus governorate and abducted three young men after storming and searching their family homes.
From the Al-Makhfiyya neighborhood of Nablus, soldiers abducted Muhammad Al-Kilani, Diaa Dweikat from Balata Al-Balad suburb, and Muhammad Ibrahim Al-Jaghoub from the town of Beita, south of the city.
According to the Authority for Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, soldiers invaded and inspected the family home of Wissam Zaatara, before abducting him, from the Shu’fat refugee camp, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, Israeli troops invaded and searched the home of Montaser Saleh Faraj, 20, in the Bir Awna area in the town of Beit Jala, northwest of Bethlehem in the southern occupied West Bank, before abducting him.
It is important to note that Israeli forces invade Palestinian civilian homes on a daily basis, usually pre-dawn, to abduct Palestinian young men, including children, from their homes, without providing any justification.