On Thursday evening, Israeli soldiers abducted eight Palestinian children, including siblings, in Tulkarem, Qalqilia, and Hebron, in the northern and southern parts of the occupied West Bank, and injured several Palestinians near Bethlehem.
In Tulkarem, several army jeeps invaded the Shweika area, north of the city, and abducted three children, Omar Hani Mer’ey, 15, Hadi Ziad Shorafa, 14, and Abdul-Qader Maher Milhim, 17.
The three children were on Palestinian lands near the illegal Annexation Wall when the soldiers invaded the area and abducted them.
In Qalqilia, also in the northern West Bank, the soldiers invaded Azzoun town, east of the city, and abducted Mustafa Qaher Abu Haniya, 16, near the town’s main entrance.
It is worth mentioning that, on Wednesday, the soldiers closed Azzoun’s main entrances with dirt mounds; two weeks earlier, the soldiers closed the iron gate leading to the town and are still refusing to reopen it.
In Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, the soldiers invaded the Tal Romeida area in the center of the city and abducted a child Ishaq Shahin, 11.
The child was picking their olive trees with his family when Israeli soldiers and illegal colonizers invaded the area.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded the Ma’in village near Yatta town, south of Hebron, and fired many concussion grenades at homes, causing anxiety attacks among several Palestinians.
The soldiers also abducted Hamada Rawdi Jabarin, 17, Moayyad Mohammad Makhamra, 17, and his brother Zeid, 16, after storming their homes and ransacking them.
In related news, the soldiers invaded the Al-Matina area at the eastern entrance of Husan village, west of Bethlehem, leading to protests, and fired many live rounds, gas bombs, and concussion grenades.
Palestinian medics provided the needed treatment to several Palestinians who suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.
In occupied Jerusalem, several army jeeps invaded Bir Nabala and fired rubber-coated steel bullets, gas bombs, and concussion grenades at Palestinian who protested the invasion.