Israeli soldiers invaded, on Wednesday afternoon, the western area of Tulkarem city, in northern West Bank.
Local sources said several army jeeps invaded the western area of the city, especially the Nozha Street, after surrounding it.
They added that many Palestinians protested the invasion before the soldiers attacked them with gas bombs and concussion grenades.
The soldiers also closed several streets and prevented the Palestinians from crossing, in addition to stopping many residents, and interrogated them while inspecting their ID cards.
In related news, the soldiers closed the iron gate at the main entrance of Qarawat Bani Hassan town, northwest of Salfit in central West Bank, blocking Palestinian traffic leading to several villages and towns west of Salfit.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded the archeological area in Sebastia Palestinian town, northwest of Nablus, in northern West Bank.
Late on Tuesday night and on Wednesday at dawn, Israeli soldiers abducted twenty-one Palestinians, including children, after the army invaded and searched dozens of homes across the occupied West Bank, including the occupied capital, Jerusalem, in addition to injuring three Palestinians, one seriously, in Tubas, in northeastern West Bank.