Israeli forces abducted, on Thursday and Friday, several Palestinian young men from various parts of the occupied West Bank, and invaded a number of towns and villages in the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.


In the northern part of the West Bank, the army abducted Muhammad Maher Qabha and Ramzi Iyad Amarneh in Tura al Gharbiya town, west of Jenin, and seized the motorcycle they were on.

Soldiers stormed several towns and villages in the Jenin governorate, sparking protests, but no injuries were reported.

Furthermore, soldiers positioned at the “Dotan” military roadblock, west of Jenin, near the town of Ya’bad, stopped several vehicles while inspecting citizens’ identifications.

Sources added that the army invaded several Palestinian civilian homes and interrogated citizens northwest of Jericho, in the Arab al-Malehat community, in the northeastern part of the West Bank.

Meanwhile, in the central West Bank, soldiers abducted Muhammad Essam Suleiman, 34, at a flying military roadblock at the northern entrance to Salfit, and later invaded his family home.

In the southern West Bank, soldiers abducted two young men from their homes, in addition to invading and searching several other homes of Palestinian civilians.

Sources reported that the army invaded a home in Yatta, south of Hebron, a barber shop, and another home in Hebron.

Soldiers abducted Samer Sami Awaidat from Sheikh Al-Aroub town, north of the city, and Waad Mahmoud Salem Al-Zagharneh from Al-Ramadin village, southwest of the city.


Media sources reported that the army abducted Abdul Karim Abdullah Hajjah from Burqa village, northwest of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank.

On Friday evening, Israeli forces abducted an unidentified Palestinian young man who confronted Israeli settlers, under police protection, who stormed the Damascus Gate (Bab Al-Amoud) Square, one of the main gates leading to the Old City of occupied Jerusalem.