Israeli soldiers invaded, Tuesday, many communities in Tulkarem, Nablus, and Jenin, in northern West Bank, abducted eight Palestinians, and confiscated a bulldozer.
Media sources in Tulkarem said the soldiers invaded and searched many homes before abducting four Palestinians, including two former political prisoners.
The soldiers abducted Mohammad Ismael Abu Leefa, 46, from Ezbet al-Jarad village, east of Tulkarem, and a former political prisoner, identified as Raed Mohammad Qozah, 50, from Tulkarem refugee camp.
The army also invaded homes in Tulkarem city, before abducting Fuad Shalabi, and former political prisoner, Adnan Taiseer Samara, 38.
In Nablus city, the soldiers abducted Yasser al-Madbouh, from his home in the Northern Mountain area, after invading the property and ransacking it.
In related news, the soldiers abducted a Majed Ibrahim Dweikat, in addition to a construction contractor, in Khallet Rajeh area, northeast of Rojeeb village, near Nablus, and confiscated him bulldozer.
The two Palestinians were at a home construction site when the soldiers invaded the area and abducted them, before moving them to a military base in Itamar illegal colony, built on Palestinian lands east of Rojeeb.
The army informed the residents that they cannot build in this area, although privately-owned by the Palestinians, under the allegation of being under full Israeli control.
Furthermore, the soldiers abducted a young man, identified as Karim Ahmad al-‘Amour, while walking on Palestinian lands near the illegal Annexation W in Aneen village, west of Jenin.
The abducted young man, from Rommana village, west of Jenin, was abducted and moved to an unknown destination.