Israeli occupation forces stormed, on Monday at dawn, the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and abducted two Palestinian young men, including a former prisoner, according to local sources.

Media sources said that a special undercover unit invaded the city of Jenin, with reinforcements of armored military vehicles and a bulldozer.

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Soldiers abducted the former prisoner, Fathi Muhammad Atoum, who was released one month ago after spending nine years in occupation prisons.

During the invasion, Israeli forces also abducted Rabi Badr al-Sanuri from the city, local and security sources reported.

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Armed Palestinian resistance fighters exchanged fire with the invading army, and local youths protested the military incursion in different areas of the city.

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There were no reports of any injuries at the time of writing this report.

Meanwhile, occupation forces stormed the northern West Bank city of Tubas, and Tamun the town, south of the city, and broke into Palestinian civilian homes.

According to Kamal Bani Odeh, the head of the Tubas office of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society, soldiers stormed at least two homes in the town of Tamun with making any arrests.

In related news, soldiers shot five Palestinian young men and abducted one near Ramallah, and abducted three young men near Hebron, in the central and southern parts of the West Bank, respectively.