The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has confirmed that Israeli soldiers abducted, on Monday at dawn, at least 45 Palestinians from several parts of the occupied West Bank, including twenty-two from the al-‘Isawiya and Silwan towns, in occupied East Jerusalem.
The PPS said dozens of soldiers and police officers, including military and police intelligence Units, invaded al-‘Isawiya and Silwan town in Jerusalem, before storming and ransacking dozens of homes.
It added that the invasions and violent searches included the use of K9 units and that the soldiers also interrogated dozens of residents while inspecting their ID cards and violently searched their homes and property.
During the invasions of homes, the soldiers abducted Mohammad Abdullah Dari, his brother Mahmoud Dari, Dia’ Ayman Obeid, Mohammad Fawzi Obeid, Sufian Nasser Mahmoud, along with his brothers Mohammad and Akram, Fadi Ali Mustafa, Haroun Mohammad Mheisin, Wasim Eyad Dari, Zayed al-‘Ajlouni, Ali Jamal Bader, Bassel Mohammad Dirbas, along with his brother Qussai, Samir Akram Atiya, Wasim Nayef Obeid, Rashad Amjad Nasser, Hamza Mohammad Nasser, along with his brother Issa, in addition to Mahmoud Jamal Atiya and Mohammad Rajab Obeid.
It is worth mentioning that, for the third month in a row, al-‘Isawiya has been subject to daily invasions, abductions, violent searches of homes and properties, excessively high fines and fees, in addition to several demolitions of homes and structures.
Meanwhile, the Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan (Silwanic), in Jerusalem, the soldiers searched a few homes in Ein al-Louza neighborhood and abducted Tawfiq Abu Tayeh and Majdi Abu Tayeh.
Silwanic added that the soldiers and police officers invaded many neighborhoods in Silwan, ticketed cars and other vehicles, in addition to imposing fines on shop owners, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
During the invasions, the soldiers fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at Palestinian protesters but did not cause injuries.
Furthermore, the many armored army jeeps invaded the Deheishe refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, searched several homes, and abducted Bilal Omar Daoud, 26, Mousa al-Khmour, 25, in addition to Jamal Osama al-Ayasa, 24.
In Ramallah governorate, in central West Bank, the soldiers abducted four Palestinians in the neighborhoods of al-Masyoun and al-Masayef, in addition to Birzeit and Durham towns, north of the city.
Two of the abducted Palestinians, Yazan Maghames, from Birzeit, and Bassel Filyan, from Burham village, north of Ramallah, are students of Birzeit University.
E’tiraf Bajes Rimawi, a former political prisoner and the head of Bisan Center for Research and Development, in addition to Nassar Jaradat, also a former political prisoner, were taken prisoner in Ramallah.
In Salfit governorate, in central West Bank, the soldiers invaded and searched many homes in Qarawat Bani Hassan town, before abducting Hazem Zaher Aassi and Abdul-Rahman Abdul-Aziz Rayyan.
In Qalqilia, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Odai Hamza Hussein, 29, a former political prisoner, in addition to Kathem Mofeed Radwan, 26, and Ali Ahmad al-Jada’, from Azzoun town.
In Jenin, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted five Palestinians from Jenin refugee camp, identified as Tareq Abu Tabeekh, Tha’er Sweity, Eqab Sweity, Tamer Nasharti, and Mohammad Abu Nassar.
In Tulkarem, also in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Amjad Wa’el E’mayyer, 31, Mohammad E’mayyer, 39, and Ali Younis Abu Younis, 46, from their homes in Bal’a town, east of the city, in addition to abducted Yousef Ghaleb Hannoun, from Anabta town, east of Qalqilia, while crossing a military roadblock near Jeet village.
In Hebron, in southern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Rami Mohammad al-‘Oweiwi, 30, and Nizar Mohammad Seder, 36.
The soldiers invaded many neighborhoods in Hebron city, in addition to Yatta and Beit Awwa towns, and installed roadblocks on main roads leading to the northern and southern parts of Hebron city, in addition to Sa’ir and Halhoul towns, before stopping and searching dozens of cars while examining the ID cards of the passengers.