Israeli forces injured, on Wednesday evening, dozens of Palestinian youths, after invading Ya’bad town, west of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank, and abducted two others northwest of the city, according to local sources.

Media sources said that the occupation army invaded the town of Ya’bad, west of Jenin, sparking protests among local Palestinian youths.

Soldiers stormed a number of neighborhoods and fired tear gas canisters at those who resisted the incursion, causing dozens of Palestinians to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.

Meanwhile, the military increase its forces in the villages surrounding Ya’bad, storming the village of Tura al-Gharbiya, west of Jenin, and fired concussion grenades and illumination bombs. No injuries were reported.

Furthermore, occupation soldiers abducted Amir al-Ja’bari and Laith Smoudi, both residents of Al-Yamoun town, while they were driving through the Salem military roadblock, northwest of Jenin, at the 1949 Armistice Agreement Line (Green Line) that separates the occupied West Bank from Israel.

On Thursday morning, Israeli forces executed a Palestinian man, destroyed his home, and injured two others during a military assault on the city of Jenin.