Israeli soldiers fired, on Friday at dawn, several rounds of live ammunition at a Palestinian car near Bethlehem, south of the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank, causing it to crash wounding the three young men inside it before abducting them.
Media sources said the three young men were driving near bypass road #60, near Beit Fajjar town, south of Bethlehem, when the soldiers opened fire at it, causing it to flip over, wounding the three young men in it.
They added that a Palestinian ambulance rushed to the scene, but the soldiers refused to allow the medics to reach the wounded to provide them with the needed medical treatment.
The soldiers then abducted the three young Palestinian men, identified as Zaki Mohammad Deeriyya, Mohammad Fawwaz Deeriyya, and Ismael Mohammad Sharabati.
In related news, the soldiers invaded the al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem city, before invading the family home of a former political prisoner, a teenager who was previously shot and injured by the army, identified as Khaled Mohammad Ghneim, 17.
It is worth mentioning that Khaled was released, Thursday, after being imprisoned by Israel for six months.
During the invasion, the soldiers confiscated Palestinian flags on the rooftop of Ghneim’s home.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Deir Nitham village, northwest of Ramallah, searched homes, and abducted a teenage boy.