Israeli forces abducted, on Monday, six Palestinian young men, from separate regions of the occupied West Bank, including one who was shot and moderately injured.

Israeli forces shot and injured, on Monday evening, a Palestinian young man, near Azzoun town, east of Qalqilia, in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank, before abducting him.

Media sources said that occupation forces opened fire at several Palestinian young men near the western entrance to the town of Azzoun, and shot the former prisoner, Saeed Mazyad Salim, with live ammunition, causing a moderate injury.

The army claimed that Salim threw a large rock at a bus with illegal Israeli colonizers inside, injuring one settler, and causing damage to the bus.

Soldiers evacuated the injured Salim from the scene, on a stretcher, before abducting him, and taking him to an unknown location.

[Video from Quds News Network]

Earlier Monday evening, Israeli soldiers abducted two Palestinian young men while they attempted to pass through the “Hamra” military roadblock, in the Jordan Valley.

According to Kamal Bani Odeh, the head of the Tubas chapter of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society, soldiers abducted Salman Atef Siyajat, 27, and Youssef Sati Abu Amer, 35, while they were returning to their homes in Tubas, from their workplace in the Jordan Valley.

In occupied Jerusalem, Israeli forces abducted, on Monday evening, a Palestinian citizen of Jerusalem, identified as Malik Abd Sidr, while he was in the vicinity of the Lion’s Gate (Bab al-Asbat), one of the gates leading to the Old City.

According to the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, Israeli forces, on Monday, invaded the homes of Muhammad Munther Akkawi and Daniel Abu Nasra, in occupied Jerusalem, before abducting them.