In the northern occupied West Bank, Israeli forces stormed, on Friday night, several areas in the Jenin governorate, and abducted, on Saturday at dawn, two Palestinians, local sources reported.

Israeli forces stormed, on Friday night, the village of Kafr Dan, northwest of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank, sparking protests among Palestinian youths.

Sources added that armed resistance fighters exchanged fire with the army during the incursion. No injuries were reported.

Soldiers abducted, at dawn Saturday, two brothers, identified as Abdullah Yahya Massad, 19, and Abdel Aziz Yahya Massad, 18, both university students, after invading their home.

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In related news, the army stormed, on Friday night, a number of towns and village in the Jenin governorate, including Ya’bad town, west of the city, invading and searching several citizens’ homes.

Local Palestinian youths protested the invasion, which soldiers responded to by firing live rounds, concussion grenades, and tear gas canisters, without causing casualties.

Additionally, the army stormed Silat al-Harithiya, Zububa, At-Tayba, ‘Anin, and Rummanah villages, northwest of Jenin. No further abductions were reported.