On Friday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded, searched many homes across the occupied West Bank, and abducted three Palestinians. The army also detained three women near Al-Aqsa and released them after issuing orders barring them from entering Al-Aqsa.
In Nablus, in the northern West Bank, the soldiers invaded and ransacked homes in Balata town and abducted a former political prisoner, Khalil Walid Dweikat.
The soldiers also closed the Huwwara military roadblock south of Nablus, causing an extended traffic jam.
In Abu Dis town, east of the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Mohammad Obeidat Abu As’ad, in addition to Mahmoud Ayyad.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded the At-Tour town, east of Jerusalem’s Old City, and closed a few streets before withdrawing.
Late Thursday night, the soldiers abducted three Palestinian women, Hanadi Halwani, Khadija Khweiss, and Nafisa Khweiss, in the Bab Al-Asbat area near Al-Aqsa Mosque and released them at dawn Friday, after confiscating their mobile phones and issuing house arrest orders for five days and banning them from entering the Old City and Al-Aqsa for fifteen days.
It is worth mentioning that the three women have been repeatedly detained, interrogated, and imprisoned by Israel and have faced numerous orders barring them from entering Al-Aqsa for protesting the constant Israeli violations, including the repeated invasion of Al-Aqsa and its courtyards by the soldiers and the illegal colonizers.
In related news, the soldiers abducted two Palestinian siblings from Ya’bad town, southwest of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and confiscated their car.
The two siblings are the brothers of Monadel Enfei’at, who was one of six Palestinian detainees who escaped from the heavily fortified Gilboa, Israeli prison in September 2021 before the army captured four of them, before capturing the remaining two.