The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at dawn, the northern West Bank district of Nablus, violently searched homes, and kidnapped eleven Palestinians, including a woman. On Sunday evening, the soldiers kidnapped two Palestinians near Jenin, and confiscated twelve tractors.
The PPS said that the soldiers invaded Beit Forik town, southeast of Nablus, searched homes and kidnapped Shadi Ali Mleitat, 33, and his wife Mais Mahmoud Mleitat, 28, after invading their home and searching it.
The Palestinian People’s Party (PPS) in Nablus has reported that the soldiers also stormed and ransacked the home of one of its political leaders, identified as Sami Zalmout.
The soldiers also invaded Salem village, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, violently searched the homes of Fakhri Yousef Hamdan, and his son Khattab.
The soldiers also kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as Khalil Mustafa Hamdan, and his son Menhil.
The PPS said that the soldiers assaulted Hamdan’s other son, Samuel, causing various cuts and bruises.
In addition, the army invaded Deir al-Hatab village, east of Nablus, searched many homes and kidnapped three Palestinians, identified as Amjad Mahmoud Odeh (secretary of Fateh movement in the village), Majed Mahmoud Odeh, 41, and Mohammad Hamad Odeh, 27.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded Rojeeb village, east of Nablus, broke into and searched many homes and kidnapped four Palestinians.
The head of Rojeeb Village Council Awni Dweikat, said the kidnapped Palestinians have been identified as Mahmoud Abu Aisha, Ma’zouz Ahmad Rawajba, Waleed Saleem Rawajba, and Marouf Ahmad Dweikat.
In addition, the PPS said the soldiers invaded homes belonging to Saif Hamdan Rawajba, Raslan Rawajba and Jamal Halabi, in addition to smashing the doors of two meat shops, belonging to residents Marouf Dweikat and Hamadan Rawajba, in the center of the town, and searched them.
In related news, the soldiers invaded various communities in the West Bank districts of Bethlehem and Jenin, and kidnapped five Palestinians; four including a child in Bethlehem, and one in Jenin.
On Sunday evening, the soldiers invaded Msalya village, south of Jenin, confiscated twelve tractors belonging to the villagers, and kidnapped a father, identified as Raed Yahya ‘Alawna, and his son Yahya.