On Saturday dawn, dozens of Israeli military vehicles invaded several towns in the northern West Bank governorates of Nablus and Jenin, searched homes and stores, and abducted six Palestinians, including two siblings.

In Nablus, undercover Israeli soldiers infiltrated Jamma’in town, south of the city, and surrounded a home before Israeli military vehicles isolated and invaded the area and used loudspeakers on their jeeps, demanding two Palestinian siblings to leave their home.

Media sources said the soldiers abducted Abdullah Mohammad Abdullah and his brother Orwa, after being forced to leave their home and confiscated their car. The army threatened to demolish the property if they did not leave it.

The soldiers also surrounded the home of Montaser Sal’ous before they stormed and ransacked it and abducted the young man.

During the invasion, the soldiers broke into several shops and violently searched them before confiscating surveillance recordings and equipment, leading to protests.

In addition, the soldiers invaded Bir al-Basha village and Qabatia towns south of Jenin, searched homes, and abducted former political prisoners Hayel Ghawadra and Laith Ar-Rabawy.

The soldiers also invaded the home of a political prisoner, Wisam Turkman, in Qabatia, and searched it while interrogating the family.

In Bir Al-Basha village, southwest of Jenin, the soldiers invaded and searched homes, and abducted a young man, Ahmad Walid Khashan.

First Published on: Sep 10, 2022, at 09:09