On Tuesday evening, Israeli police abducted a Palestinian young man while he was at his workplace in Israel (Palestinian lands occupied in 1948), according to security sources.

It was reported that Israeli police abducted Nawras Nidal Malaysha, a citizen of Jaba’ town, south of Jenin in the northern West Bank, while he was at his workplace in Israel.

Meanwhile, in the central occupied West Bank, Israeli forces set up, on Tuesday, a military roadblock at the entrance to Deir Ballut town, west of Salfit.

Sources said that the army obstructed the movement Palestinian citizens, stopping their vehicles and examining their identity cards.

Furthermore, occupation forces closed, Tuesday evening, the western entrance to the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem.

The army closed the “Aqabat Hasna” area, preventing Palestinians from entering or leaving the villages of Husan, Battir, Nahalin, and Wadi Fukin.

Finally, occupation troops invaded, on Tuesday, Ein ad-Duyuk at-Tahta village northwest of the city of Jericho, in the northeastern West Bank, and took photographs of Palestinian-owned homes.

According to local activist Alaa Fhaidat, soldiers stormed the village and took photographs of five Palestinian-owned homes in the “Istih” area of the village.

Fhaidat added that the five homes belong to three Palestinian citizens from the cities of Jerusalem, Hebron, and Jericho.