On Wednesday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded Qabatia and Zababda towns, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, rammed two Palestinians with their jeeps, and abducted three others.

Eyewitnesses said several army jeeps invaded Qabatia before the soldiers surrounded a Palestinian home, leading to protests.

They added that the soldiers fired many live rounds at the protesters, injuring a young man in the shoulder before ramming him with their jeep after he fell on the ground.

During the invasion and searches of homes, the soldiers abducted Mirweh Yasser Khozeimiyya, Mohammad Mahmoud Abu Ar-Rob, and Abdullah Abu Wa’ar.

Furthermore, the Israeli army said one of its soldiers was mildly injured during an exchange of fire with Palestinian fighters Qabatia.

In the Zababda village, the soldiers attacked protesters with live fire after the army invaded their town and rammed a young man with their jeep.

Several army jeeps also invaded Aqraba town, southeast of Nablus, and closed main streets.

Also Wednesday dawn, the soldiers abducted two Palestinians in Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, and four Palestinians, including two siblings, in the Ramallah governorate, in the central part of the occupied West Bank.