Israeli forces abducted, on Tuesday, five Palestinians, including two young women, in separate regions of the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.
Israeli forces abducted, on Tuesday night, a Palestinian young man when he tried to pass through the “Dotan” military roadblock, west of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank.
Media sources said that soldiers, stationed at the “Dotan” military roadblock, near Ya’bad town, west of the city, abducted Muhammad Nabil Zyoud, and seized his vehicle.
On Tuesday morning, Israeli occupation police, accompanied by armed Israeli settlers, abducted two Palestinian young women from the village of Khan al-Ahmar, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.
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According to Eid Khamis, head of the village council, the two girls attempted to rescue their young brother, who was being held by an armed Israeli settler, for grazing sheep on lands near the illegal Kfar Adumim colony.
Khamis added that the settlement security agents assaulted the child, and when his daughters Iman, 18, and Nisreen, 20, confronted them, the Israeli police abducted them.
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Meanwhile, on Tuesday evening, Israeli forces abducted two Palestinians at the entrance to the Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, in the southern occupied West Bank.
Security sources said that soldiers abducted the two brothers, Ismail and Muhammad Yusuf al-Ayada, and kept them at the military tower at the entrance to the camp.