Israeli soldiers abducted, on Wednesday evening, an international peace activist, and confiscated a car, two laptops, and cameras in the at-Tiwana village, south of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Fuad al-‘Amour, the coordinator of the Protections and Steadfastness Committee in southern Hebron, said the soldiers invaded the village, in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron, before storming the home of Suleiman al-Adra, and abducted an international peace activist in addition to confiscating his car.

Al-‘Amour added that the soldiers also confiscated two laptops and several cameras that are used by the locals and international peace activists to document the violations committed by the soldiers and the colonizers against the locals and their properties in the area.

He stated that a group of international peace activists are constantly present in the area due to the repeated attacks by the soldiers and the colonizers.