Israeli forces abducted, on Sunday, two Palestinian young men in the northwestern part of the West Bank, and injured a number of others near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, according to local sources.
Near the village of Shufa, southeast of Tulkarem in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank, the occupation army abducted an unidentified Palestinian youth after a military jeep struck the motorcycle he was driving, injuring him in the foot.
Reports state that the army opened fire at the young man, however it is unclear from available reports whether the young man was shot, or if the injury was due to the military jeep striking his motorcycle.
Soldiers stationed in the eastern part of the village, inspected vehicles and checked citizens’ identification.
In another ambiguous incident, a Palestinian identified as Ali Wael Nazzal, was abducted by Israeli soldiers when he attempted to pass through a military roadblock east of Qalqilia in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank.
Reports stated that the young man was abducted by Israeli forces near the village of Nabi Elias, east of the city of Qalqilia, and did not mention whether soldiers fired at his vehicle or if he sustained any injuries.
A video posted by J Media showed a damaged vehicle which it states was from near the village of Nabi Elias.
This is another unclear incident, additional information will be added to this report as it becomes available.
Video from J Media
Meanwhile, occupation forces injured, on Sunday evening, a number of Palestinian citizens at the entrance to the Al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, according to a local activist.
Abd al-Hay Hawabra, a local activist, stated that Israeli soldiers opened fire with live rounds and tear gas canisters at Palestinians who protested the military presence, and citizens’ homes.
He added that several Palestinian civilians suffered the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.
Soldiers stationed on the main street stopped vehicles that attempted to pass, while inspecting their identification, causing traffic delays.