Israeli soldiers abducted, Monday, at least fifteen Palestinians, including two women and seven political prisoners, and demolished the foundation of one building, in several parts of the occupied West Bank, including Jerusalem.
In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers stormed and ransacked several homes and abducted seven former political prisoners, identified as Ahmad Ghazala, from the Old City, Mohammad Ma’moun ar-Razem, from Ras al-Amoud in Silwan, Ameera Ameera, Obeido Ameera and Mohammad Ibrahim Dweiyat, from Sur Baher town, Mohammad Maher al-Kakarki, from at-Tour, and Ali al-Faqeeh from Qotna town.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Qalandia refugee camp, north of Jerusalem, and abducted two young men, identified as Amro Nadim and Mahmoud Shehada.
Media sources said the soldiers closed the road leading to Qalandia Terminal, before stopping and searching dozens of cars, and examined the ID cards of many Palestinians, leading to serious and extended congestion in traffic.
In addition, the soldiers demolished the foundation of a building, owned by Mohannad Shqeirat, in the as-Sahloot neighborhood in Sawahra ash-Sharqiya town, east of Jerusalem.
In Jenin governorate, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Hasan Ayman Safadi, and also abducted Ahmad Issam Abu ar-Rob, from Qabatia town, south of Jenin.
The soldiers abducted Mohammad Sami Masharqa, from Jenin city, while he was crossing the al-Karama Border Crossing heading back home after visiting Jordan.
In Nablus, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Khaled Akef Awadallah, from Salem village, east of the city, after invading his home and ransacking it.
The army also invaded Beit Forik town, east of Nablus, and searched the home of a former political prisoner, identified as Zaher Khataba.
In Hebron, in southern West Bank, the soldiers abducted a teenage girl, identified as Rawan Abu Sneina, 17, who was crossing a military roadblock near the Ibrahimi Mosque, and took her to an unknown destination.
The soldiers also installed roadblocks in many neighborhoods in Hebron city, in addition to the towns of as-Sammoa’, Sa’ir and Halhoul, before stopping and searching many cars.