Israeli soldiers abducted, Thursday, seven Palestinians in the West Bank governorates of Qalqilia, Jenin and Salfit, in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported.

The PPS office in Qalqilia, in northern West Bank, said the soldiers invaded the city, before storming and ransacking a local shop, and abducted its owner, Saed Jamal al-‘Arabi, 35.

In addition, the soldiers invaded and searched many homes in Jenin refugee camp, and abducted two young men, identified as Amin Hasan Bani Gharra and Kassoum Sa’adi.

The soldiers also fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at Palestinian protesters in the refugee camp.

Furthermore, the soldiers invaded the az-Zawiya village, west of Salfit in central West Bank, and abducted four young men, identified as Nahel Ahmad Shqeir, Laith Ibrahim Shqeir, Rafat Yousef Shqeir and his son Arqam Shqeir.

During the invasion, the soldiers detained Rifat Shqeir and his son Amro, in addition to Najeeb Mustafa Moqadi and his son Karam, but released them a few hours later.

The soldiers also invaded the home of the mayor of az-Zawiya, Na’im Hammouda, before searching the property, and summoned him for interrogation.

The soldiers fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at Palestinians, protesting the invasions, and installed many roadblocks in and around the town, in addition to various villages and towns in Salfit governorate.

It is worth mentioning that Israeli military surveillance drones have been constantly flying over the area for the third consecutive day.