Israeli occupation forces, abducted, on Thursday evening and Friday, several Palestinian citizens from separate parts of the West Bank, in addition to injuring several people during a military incursion into Jenin, local sources reported.

On Thursday evening, occupation forces abducted Hani Abdel-Latif Abu Aoun, at the Salem military camp, northwest of Jenin, in the northern West Bank, after he was summoned by intelligence services for interrogation.

Israeli forces invaded Ya’bad town, west of Jenin, on Thursday evening, and abducted Louay Muhammad Tayseer Al-Barq, in addition to storming surrounding villages, and obstructing traffic at the “Dotan” military roadblock.

At sawn Friday, occupation forces stormed the several neighborhoods in the city of Jenin, the town of Qabatiya, to the south, and the village of ash-Shuhada, to the southwest.

Local Palestinian youths protested the incursion, which soldiers responded to by firing live rounds, concussion grenades, and tear gas canisters, causing a number of young men to sustain inhalation injuries from tear gas exposure.

Additionally, soldiers escalated their presence in the vicinity of Ya’bad town, Burqin town, and Tura al-Gharbiya village, to the west of the city.

On Friday morning, soldiers stopped Ahmed Jamal Fahmawi, at the Barta’a military roadblock, west of Jenin, before abducting him, and inside of Israel, police abducted Moamen Sa’abneh, both young men are citizens of the Jenin governorate.

According to the director of the Tubas chapter of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society, Kamal Bani Odeh, Israeli forces abducted a member of the Tubas Municipal Council, Ahmed Muhammad Daraghmeh, when he tried to pass through the “Shavei Shomron” military roadblock, northwest of Nablus, in the northern West Bank.

Meanwhile, Israeli soldiers abducted, on Friday, Ahmed Dahbour, Musab Ghazaleh, and Moamen Hashim, in the vicinity of Bab al-Hatta, one of the main entrances to Old City of occupied Jerusalem.

Furthermore, Israeli soldiers abducted, on Friday morning, Uday Ghaith, from in front of his home in Silwan town, occupied East Jerusalem. It is important to mention that Uday is the son of the Jerusalem governor, Adnan Ghaith.