The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers have kidnapped, overnight and at dawn Tuesday, 33 Palestinians, including many children, in different parts of the occupied West Bank – twelve of them were kidnapped in Jerusalem.

The PPS said the soldiers invaded, at dawn Tuesday, many homes in the al-‘Isawiyya town, in occupied Jerusalem, violently searched them and kidnapped nine Palestinians.

They have been identified as Rida Obeid, 15, Daoud Ateyya, 17, Ahmad Jamal Ateyya, Mo’men Mheisin, 15, Mansour Mahmoud, Shadi Mheisin, Mousa Asaliyya, Hamdi Hreiz, and Yassin Sobeh.

In the Central West Bank district of Ramallah, the soldiers searched many homes and kidnapped seven Palestinians, largely from the al-Jalazonerefugee camp.

The kidnapped have been identified as Odai Majed Qattawi, 18, Odai Mustafa Nakhla, 17, Osama Mustafa Hattab, 15, Ali Omar Nakhla, 25, Mojahed Salah Oleyyan, 16, Yousef Sami Dar Musleh, 16, and Thaker Aziz Arar, 38.

In Bethlehem district, the soldiers kidnapped five Palestinians identified as Salama Mohammad Taqatqa, Ahmad Fares Fararja, Ramzi Abu Ajamiyya (who was also injured in Deheishe refugee camp), Yassin Bdeir and Ibrahim Abu Srour.

In the Hebron district, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, the soldiers searched homes and kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as Hamad Samir Hassan and Mohammad Arafat Abu Sbeih, 20.

In Nablus, in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers stormed and searched homes and kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as Mohammad Razeq Zreiq, 19, and Omar Shakhsheer.

In Jenin, also in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers kidnapped a Journalist, identified as Mos’ab Zyoud, in addition to Mohammad Fahd Souqiyya.

In The northern West Bank district of Tulkarem, the soldiers kidnapped one Palestinian, identified as Raed Rashid Kharbat.

Photo By Silwanic – Jerusalem

On Monday at night, the soldiers searched several homes in occupied Jerusalem, and kidnapped three siblings, identified as Ammar, Ala and Luay al-Kurd, in their twenties.

The soldiers also kidnapped two children, identified as Hussein Ateyya and Hani Dirbas, from their homes in Jerusalem, and released them several hours later.