Israeli soldiers abducted, on Wednesday dawn, thirty Palestinians after the army invaded and ransacked dozens of homes across the occupied West Bank, including the occupied capital, Jerusalem.
Several Israeli army jeeps invaded Abu Dis town, east of Jerusalem before the soldiers stormed and searched many homes and abducted twelve Palestinians identified as Nafez Jaffal, Mahmoud Jafal, Nader Jaffal, Amro Jaffal, Mohammad Lafi, Mahdi Affana, Mohammad Halabiyya, Mohammad Ayyad, Abdullah Abu Sbeitan, Omar Makhazra, Mohammad Salah Saqer, and Eyad al-Amari.
In Bethlehem, the soldiers invaded Tuqu’ town, east of the city, searched homes, and abducted a teenage boy, Yazan Amer Sabah, 17.
In Tulkarem, in the northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Hatem Hafeth Fuqaha, 56, and his son Qassam, both are former political prisoners, and Ahmad Abu Jabara, Islam Aboudi, and Islami Fathi al-Aswad, all from Kafr al-Lubbad, east of the city.
The soldiers also abducted Ali al-Abboushi from Kafr Abboush, south of Tulkarem, and two former political prisoners, Mohammad Sultan al-Mallah and Omar Shadid, from Allar town, north of the city.
In Nablus city, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Aeda al-Masri from her home in al-Quds Street.
In Tal village of the city, west of Jenin, the soldiers abducted a young woman, Amna Bilal Eshteyya, from her home.
In addition, the soldiers abducted Yousef Wajih Get, 22, and Gheith Amer Nassar, 20, from Madama village, south of the city.
It is worth mentioning that the soldiers invaded the al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya town, south of Nablus, and posted leaflets warning “severe punishment” to the residents if the Palestinians do not stop protesting.
Furthermore, the soldiers abducted Sobhi Mo’tasem al-Qoneiri from his home in Ya’bad town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and Majdi Nawasra from Fahma town, southwest of Jenin, in addition to Ahmad Khaled Eghbariyya and Yousef Fathi Eghbariyya from Taybeh town, west of Jenin.
The soldiers also invaded Arraba town, southwest of Jenin, and summoned for interrogation a former political prisoner, Mohammad Rauf Hamdan.