On Wednesday evening, Israeli soldiers abducted three Palestinians in the southern and northern parts of the occupied West Bank in Hebron and Nablus. In addition, the soldiers summoned a young man and issued a house arrest order against a child from occupied Jerusalem.

Several army jeeps invaded a barbershop in the Abu Sneina neighborhood in the southern area of Hebron city and abducted two young men, Zeid Taiseer Abu Sneina and Majdi Mahmoud Taha.

In Nablus, the soldiers abducted Fadi Khaled Abu Khalaf from the Asira al-Qibliyya village southwest of the city after stopping him at a military roadblock west of the city.

In related news, Israeli soldiers at the Za’tara military roadblock, south of Nablus, detained and interrogated two Palestinian journalists, Mohammad Turkman and Karim Khamaisa, before releasing them.

In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers summoned for interrogation a young man, Hasan Darwish, after storming his home in the Al-Isawiya town.

The soldiers also detained a Palestinian child, Mohammad Da’as, and later released him after issuing a house arrest order for five days and another order barring him from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Jerusalem’s Old City for fifteen days.