On Thursday dawn, Israeli soldiers abducted at least ten Palestinians from their homes in several parts of the occupied West Bank.
In Jericho, in the northeastern West Bank, the soldiers invaded the Aqabat Kaber refugee camp and abducted Sa’ed Fakhr Al-Awadat from his home, assaulted him while ransacking the property, and invaded the home of one of his relatives in the Dyouk village, north of the city.
In Bethlehem, many army vehicles invaded the city, especially Saff Street in its center, before the soldiers stormed, ransacked many homes, and abducted Mohammad Al-Kamel.
Also in Bethlehem, the soldiers invaded the Nawawra Mountain and Qasr Al-Hawa areas, stormed, and searched homes before summoning Hasan Nawawra and Ammar Khaled Ayyad for interrogation.
In Ramallah, in the central West Bank, the soldiers abducted Samed Nabil after invading his home and searching it in Kafr Ni’ma village, northwest of the city, and attacked many protesters with live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs.
Also, several army jeeps invaded Anata town, northeast of the occupied capital Jerusalem and drove through several neighborhoods before withdrawing.
In the Hebron governorate, in the southern parts of the West Bank, the soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes and abducted seven young Palestinian men.
The soldiers abducted Mohammad Shahin Ja’bari, Osama Soheil Ashour, Mo’taz Saif Gheith, Salim Mohammad Sammouh, and Mohammad Kamel from their homes in several neighborhoods in Hebron city.
The army also invaded Doura town, southwest of Hebron, and abducted Nasrallah Awawda and Mohammad Husam Monir from their homes in Bani Neim town, east of the city.
Furthermore, the army detained Ghassan Manasra and interrogated him for a few hours before releasing him.
In Jenin, In the northern West Bank, the soldiers invaded Siris village, southeast of the city, and invaded the home of Atiya Badra before interrogating him and his family.
In related news, Palestinian resistance fighters exchanged fire with Israeli soldiers who invaded the Wadi Al-Far’a area in Tubas, in the northeastern West Bank.