Israeli troops abducted, on Sunday, a number of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, local media outlets reported.
According to Wafa News Agency, among those arrested is a Palestinian child in the Beit Ummar village, north of the West Bank city of Hebron.
Wafa quoted media activist, Mohamad Awwad, as saying “Israeli occupation troops stormed the Sah’b Alsir’ neighborhood, south of Beit Ummar and broke into civilian homes, before they arrested the 17-year-old child, Baha’ Raed. Right after the arrest, the troops transferred Raed to the Karmi Etsour colonial Israeli settlement, which was erected on Palestinian-owned lands”.
Concurrently, local sources in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, said that Israeli troops abducted two young men, including one with special needs.
Mayor of Nahaleen village, Sobhi Zeidan, told Wafa that “Israeli troops abducted both Mohammad Taha, who suffers from speech disabilities, after having broken into his home”.
Zeidan added that some of the invading Israeli soldiers spit all over the floors and walls of Taha’s home.
Other local sources in Bethlehem confirmed that Israeli troops invaded and vandalized the home of another young man, identified as Diya’ Zaghloul, before abducting him from the village of Husan, west of Bethlehem city.