Israeli forces abducted, on Sunday, a Palestinian man and his son, from the town of Aqraba, south of Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank, according to local sources.

On Sunday, the occupation army invaded the town of Aqraba, southeast of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, and abducted two Palestinians from their home.

According to Salah Jaber, the head of the Aqraba municipality, a large army forces stormed the home of Yusef Bani Fadl, before abducting he and his son Muhammad.

Jaber stated that soldiers stormed several homes and commercial shops, breaking down the doors to shops and confiscating surveillance recordings.

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He added that the military set up road barriers to all entrances to the town, imposing a siege on it.

Social media videos show soldiers storming a mosque in the town, while Palestinian men prayed.

As of Sunday evening, the army maintains its presence and the closure of the town of Aqraba, with the presumed purpose of searching for the perpetrator of the Huwara shooting, still at large.

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On Saturday, two Israelis were shot and killed by unknown assailants, in Huwara town, south of Nablus, leading to a massive search campaign.

On Saturday night, the army invaded a number of towns in the vicinity of Huwara town, south of Nablus, leading to dozens of injuries among Palestinian young men in Beita town.