Israeli soldiers and undercover officers kidnapped, on Tuesday evening, three Palestinians, from their homes, in Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Media sources in Hebron said the soldiers invaded several homes, and violently searched them, before kidnapping three Palestinians, identified as Ala’ Raed Zghayyar, 23, Ramzi Dandees, and Anas Qfeisha, the son of legislator Hatem Qfeisha.

The soldiers also stormed a store for mobile phones and accessories, where Zghayyar works, and violently searched it.

It is worth mentioning that the legislator Hatem Qfeisha was only released from an Israeli prison two days ago, and suffered and health setback after the soldiers invaded his home.

Red Crescent medics rushed to his home and provided him with the needed help.

The legislator spent more than 12 years in Israeli prisons and detention centers, largely being held under arbitrary Administrative Detention orders, without charges or trial.

Earlier on Tuesday, the soldiers kidnapped six Palestinians in Jerusalem, two in Bethlehem, two in Nablus and Tubas, and one in Hebron.