Israeli soldiers abducted, on Tuesday at dawn, at least fourteen Palestinians, including a member of the City Council in Hebron, and shot one Palestinians, in several parts of the occupied West Bank.

The soldiers invaded many communities in the West Bank, searched many homes, and abducted at least twelve, after interrogating them and their families.

In addition, the soldiers installed many roadblocks, especially in Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, while the army claimed that its soldiers located homemade weapons in Doura town.

The soldiers abducted a member of Hebron City Council, identified as Suzan Ahmad al-‘Oweiwi, in addition to Mo’men Mousa al-Atrash, and Karam Mahmoud Amro.

One of the abducted Palestinians is the brother of Ameer Omar Shehada, 22, who was killed by Israeli army fire on March 10, 2018.

The soldiers also invaded the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, and shot a young Palestinian man, in his twenties, with a live round in his thigh, during protests that took place after the soldiers stormed and violently searched many homes.

In Teqoua’ town, southeast of Bethlehem, the soldiers summoned a child, identified as Ahmad Fahed Abu Mfarreh, 15, for interrogation in Etzion military base and security center, northern of Bethlehem, after abducting his father Fahed, 47, in addition to Hussein Khaled Abdul-Khalil, 19, Mohammad Khaled Hajahja, 19.

On Tuesday morning, Israeli colonizers bulldozed and uprooted Palestinian agricultural lands near Beita village, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

The bulldozed lands are in the same area where the colonizers installed an illegal colonialist outpost, several months ago, before it was removed.

The abducted Palestinians have been identified as:

  1. Luay Zoheir al-Qarm, 34, from Jilqamous village, east of Jenin.
  2. Mohammad Mahmoud Ayyad, from Abu Dis – Jerusalem.
  3. Suzan al-‘Oweiwi – from Hebron.
  4. Mo’men Mousa al-Atrash, Hebron.
  5. and Karam Mahmoud Amro, Hebron.
  6. Ibrahim Shehada, from Orif village, south of Nablus.
  7. Mahmoud Wajeeh Tamimi, from Nabi Saleh, northwest of Ramallah.
  8. Mo’tasem Khalil Tamimi, from Nabi Saleh.
  9. ‘Assem Sameeh Tamimi, from Nabi Saleh.
  10. Baha’ Mohammad Tamimi, from Nabi Saleh.
  11. Wisam Eyad Tamimi, from Nabi Saleh.
  12. Fahed Abu Mfarreh, 47, Teqoua, southeast of Bethlehem.
  13. Hussein Khaled Abdul-Khalil, 19, Teqoua, southeast of Bethlehem.
  14. Mohammad Khaled Hajahja, 19, Teqoua, southeast of Bethlehem.