On Sunday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded Burqa town, northwest of Nablus in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, abducted four Palestinians, and detonated a car, in addition to abducting two Palestinians in Tulkarem.
Media sources said a large military force invaded the town of Burqa, before the soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes, causing excessive damage.
They added that the soldiers abducted Shadi Abu Omar, the secretary of the Fateh movement in the town, in addition to Montaser Saif and Omar Shbeib.
The soldiers also stormed and ransacked the home of Mahmoud Hijja and detonated his car before abducting him.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Tulkarem, in the northwestern West Bank, and searched several homes before abducting a former political prisoner, Laith Afif Al-Oteili, 52, and a young man, Abdullah Abu Ajram.
The soldiers invaded many neighborhoods in the city, especially Jamal Abdul-Nasser Square, Al-Haddadin Street, Shweika Junction, and Khaddoury Street, leading to protests before the army fired several live rounds.