Israeli troops abducted, early on Sunday, two Palestinian residents from the southern West Bank district of Hebron, and one from the central district of Jerusalem.
Local Palestinian media sources reported that Israeli army invaded the Yatta village and the Al-Fawwar refugee camp of Hebron district.
They added that during both invasions, the soldiers broke into several local homes, before they arrested both Essa Abu Arram of Yatta, and Seraj Abu Hashhash, of Al-Fawwar refugee camp.
In the meantime, Israeli troops invaded some other neighborhoods of Hebron city, Ethna and Durra, where soldiers intercepted and inspected local passersby and their vehicles.
Noteworthy, Israeli military invasions and home inspections occur frequently, not only in Hebron city, but also in many other parts of the West Bank.
The Palestinian Information Center reported that the Israeli military installed impromptu barriers in various areas in Hebron (al-Khalil), depriving Palestinian citizens the right of movement.
Meanwhile, the Israeli forces aggressively stormed the Shu’fat refugee camp in occupied East Jerusalem, which was met with resistance from the local Palestinian residents.
The army broke into the home of Na’im Sab Laban, ransacked the home, and later detained the Palestinian civilian man.
No injuries were reported.