On Sunday, Israeli occupation forces abducted four Palestinians in various parts of the West Bank, and invaded a number of towns and villages, according to local sources.

Israeli forces stormed Aqraba town, southeast of Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank, and abducted a Palestinian father and his son.

Media sources said that the army invaded the home of Eis Bani Fadl in the town, and abducted he and his son Muhammad.

It is important to mention that soldiers took measurements, on Thursday, of the second floor of the family’s three story home, in a prelude to demolishing it.

The army alleges that one of their family members was the perpetrator of the Huwara operation that killed two Israelis in the town of Huwara, south of Nablus, on August 20, 2023.

In nearby Qabalan town, south of Nablus, Israeli forces broke into several citizens’ homes, without carrying out any further abductions.

Meanwhile, Israeli soldiers abducted, on Sunday, a Palestinian young man while he attempted to pass through a military roadblock near the city of Tulkarem, in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank.

Sources said that the army abducted Muhammad Al-Fayed, a citizen of the Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank.

In addition, the army invaded the villages of Tura al-Gharbiya, and Nazlat Zaid, west of Jenin, Bir al-Basha village, and Arraba town, to the southwest, before erecting a flying military roadblock at the Arraba junction.

Furthermore, in occupied Jerusalem, Israeli forces abducted, on Sunday evening, a Palestinian female, while she was present at the Chain Gate (Bab al-Silsilah), one of the main gates leading to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

According to the Prisoners Affairs Commission in Jerusalem, Israeli forces abducted Rima Abu Al-Foul, who is a Palestinian resident of Israel, and took her to the Al-Qishla Detention Center.