On Sunday, the Israeli occupation soldiers continued their daily aggression against the Palestinian people and their property.
During an invasion of Huwwara, south of Nablus, Israeli occupation forces wounded a young man with live bullets before abducting him.
A correspondent with the Palestinian Wafa News Agency stated that the occupation soldiers prevented an ambulance belonging to the Palestinian Red Crescent from reaching the injured person, then abducted him.
The troops also forced the owners of the shops in the town to close them.
In Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces abducted seven citizens: Ali Amir Salaymeh, Mohammad Sharifa, Laith Ghaith, and Wissam Sidr from the Old City, and two children: Omar Ibrahim Abu Mayyala (15 years old) and Adam Ashraf Zaytoun (14 years old) from Silwan, south of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
From Jenin, the Israeli occupation forces abducted three citizens: Shaker Kamal Lahlouh, from Jenin, while he was passing through a military checkpoint near the town of Deir Sharaf, northwest of Nablus, and Mujahid Khaled Hassan Amoudi (48 years) from the town of Burqin, after he entered the Al-Jalama checkpoint on his way to visit his son Ali, who is still arrested, and Mohammad Yasser Al-Khalidi (28 years old) from Jenin, while he was passing the Za’tara Checkpoint, south of Nablus, on his way to work in Ramallah.
In addition to the injury and the abductions, Israeli occupation authorities also demolished two residential structures made of wood and tin, inhabited by 11 citizens, most of them children, with an area of 100 square meters each, in the town of Al-Zaeem, east of occupied Jerusalem.
One of the main entrances to the town of Hizma, northeast of Jerusalem, was closed, while Jerusalemite activist Fatima Khader was banned from the Al-Aqsa Mosque for a week, subject to extension, after she was summoned for interrogation in the morning.
And finally, Israeli occupation forces forced a number of farmers from the Sobeih and Issa families to leave their lands located in the “Al-Mashraa” area in the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem, and threatened them with arrest if they returned to it again.