Earlier Friday, dozens of Israeli soldiers and undercover officers invaded the Old City of Nablus, surrounded a home before abducting a young man, and injured 35 Palestinians during ensuing protests, including at least two who were shot with live fire.

The soldiers shot 35 Palestinians, including a volunteer medic with the Palestinian Medical Relief Society (PMRC), who was shot with a bullet in the back.

The soldiers also shot a young man with a bullet in the chest, in addition to two Palestinian who suffered shrapnel wounds to their necks and one who suffered a leg fracture after the soldiers shot him with a rubber-coated steel bullet.

Furthermore, the soldiers shot a young man with a high-velocity gas bomb in the head.

Undercover Israeli soldiers kidnapped Ahmad Al-Masri, was also suffered shrapnel wounds to the face, and took him to an unknown destination.

Palestine TV correspondent said the undercover soldiers wore women’s garments and surrounded a home where Ahmad Al-Masri, 17, was located before many army vehicles invaded the area and stormed the property.

The home had an entire family, including five children, and was surrounded for two hours before the soldiers invaded it and caused excessive property damage.

Palestinian medics and firefighters rushed to the area and said the soldiers fired at the home and caused considerable damage to its windows and walls, in addition to detonating the main door before storming it.