Israeli occupation forces abducted, on Saturday, at least 6 Palestinian young men from various parts of the West Bank, including one who was struck by a military vehicle while he was riding a motorcycle, local sources reported.
On Saturday night, Israeli forces abducted Muhammad Aufi, a resident of the Tulkarem refugee camp, while he was driving motorcycle in Bala’a town, east of Tulkarem in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank.
Local Palestinian youths confronted the invading army by throwing rocks at the armored military vehicles, and blockading the road.
[Video from J Media]
Soldiers opened fire with live rounds, tear gas canisters, and concussion grenades at the youths who protested the incursion. No injuries were reported at the time of writing this report.
Meanwhile, on Saturday night, occupation forces abducted three young Palestinian men, after running one over with their vehicle.
In Ya’bad town, west of Jenin, in the northern West Bank, soldiers rammed a motorcycle driven by Raad Turkman, before abducting him and seizing his motorcycle.
[Video from J Media]
In the video, the young man appears to be injured, however no information was known about the condition of the man at the time of writing this report.
Meanwhile, soldiers also abducted two unidentified young men from a gas station in the town of Ya’bad.
Furthermore, soldiers invaded Jalboun village east of the city, and Fahma village to the southwest, in addition to setting up flying military roadblocks in Arraba town southwest, and Ya’bad town to the west.
Sources added that the army abducted two Palestinian residents of Jaba’, southwest of Jenin while they were driving in the town of Arraba.
The young men were identified as Amara Awni Fashafsha and Ahmed Yusef Malaysha.
North of occupied Jerusalem, Israeli forces invaded Al-Ram town, sparking protests among local youths.
Soldiers responded by firing concussion grenades and tear gas canisters at those who resisted the incursion.
A social media video shows the occupation forces abducting a young man identified as Saadi Al-Salaymeh, however there were no official reports of this.
The army erected a flying military roadblock at the entrance to the town, stopped vehicles and checked the identification of citizens.
Meanwhile, soldiers invaded the home of Adham Nasser Awwad, 28, in the city of Bethlehem, in the southern west Bank, before abducting him.
Occupation forces stormed Palestinian civilian homes in the Hebron governorate, in the southern part of the West Bank, and detained two young men for a number of hours before releasing them.
Reports stated that Israeli troops stormed the homes of Ghassan Al-Ja’bari and Ishaq Al-Ja’bri, in the southern part of the city, without making any arrests.
It was added that soldiers broke into and searched the homes of Abdullah Maher Masalmeh and Muhammad Maher Masalmeh, town Beit Awa town, west of the city, detained them for an unspecified time and released them.