Israeli soldiers invaded, on Thursday at dawn, many Palestinian communities in the West Bank governorates of Qalqilia, Jenin, and Bethlehem, searched many homes and abducted seven Palestinians, including two siblings.

Many army vehicles invaded Azzoun town, east of Qalqilia in the northern part of the West Bank, before the soldiers stormed and ransacked homes, and abducted two Palestinians, identified as Nimir ‘Adwan and Ali Azzam Salim.

In related news, the soldiers invaded al-Baloa’ area, in the town of al-Khader, south of Bethlehem, searched homes and abducted Arwa Ibrahim al-Fawaghra, 30, and her brother Rafat, 32.

In addition, the soldiers invaded a print shop in Ramallah, in central West Bank, and shut it down for what the army claimed, “printing incitement materials,” referring largely to posters in support of the hunger striking detainees.

In Ni’lin village, west of Ramallah, the soldiers invaded and closed a blacksmith’s workshop, reportedly being used to manufacture homemade weapons.

In Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, the soldiers invaded Yatta town, south of the city, and confiscated seven private Palestinian cars, for “transporting workers, who do not have permits, into Jerusalem.

Furthermore, the soldiers invaded Jaba’ town, south of Jenin, also in the northern part of the West Bank, and abducted Mohammad Riyad Ghannam, after breaking into his home and searching it.

On Wednesday evening, the soldiers abducted Ahmad Mohammad ‘Amer, 16, and Qais Adnan Mousa, 17, as they were walking near the Salem military base, west of Jenin.