Israeli forces abducted, on Wednesday, seven Palestinian men from various regions of the occupied West Bank, seized two vehicles and a sum of money, local sources reported.

In the northwestern part of the West Bank, occupation forces invaded and searched the home of Muhammad Ashraf Ammar, in Qaffin town, northeast of Tulkarem, before abducting him.

Israeli troops stormed the city of Qalqilia, in the northwestern part of the West Bank, abducted four young men, and stole a sum of money.

Soldiers broke into and searched the home of Muhammad Ibrahim Abu Libdeh, 26, and confiscated 6,000 shekels ($1570 USD).

After storming and searching their homes, Israeli forces abducted Wahib Abdel Karim Miskawi, 18, in addition to the young men Youssef and his brother, Islam Nofal.

Meanwhile, north of occupied Jerusalem, Israeli soldiers stormed and searched the home of Hudhayfah Al-Harbawi, in Al-Ram town, before abducting him.

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Soldiers abducted Abdel Moez Abu Turki, 24, from his home in the city of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, after invading and searching his home.

Sources added that occupation soldiers stormed the home of Issa Al-Halaika, the Secretary of the Fatah movement, in Al-Shuyukh town, northeast of Hebron, and confiscated two privately-owned vehicles.

Furthermore, north of Hebron, dozens of Palestinian youths sustained inhalation injuries as a result of tear gas exposure after soldiers stormed the Al-Arroub refugee camp.

At dawn Wednesday, Israeli forces abducted five Palestinians, including a former prisoner, in the northern Jenin governorate.