On Sunday, Israeli soldiers invaded Jalboun village, northeast of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, confiscated a Palestinian bulldozer and an agricultural tractor, and abducted the drivers.
Ibrahim Kabaha, the head of Jalboun Village Council, said the soldiers invaded the village, confiscated the two vehicles while rehabilitating farmlands, and abducted the drivers, Hammoudi Farhan Abu Ar-Rob and Mohammad Tawfiq Abu Ar-Rob.
Kabaha added that the soldiers also invaded the home of Noureddin Aby Ar-Rob, and used its rooftop and a monitoring post.
The soldiers also invaded the home of Mohammad Hasan Shalabi and threatened to shoot him.
The invasions led to protests before the soldiers fired a few live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs and caused damage to a car owned by Kamal Shalabi.