Israeli soldiers kidnapped seven Palestinians, after invading their homes, in the southern West Bank district of Al Khalil. Six family members, including a disabled child, have been hospitalized after being assaulted by the army.
Local sources said the soldiers invaded Yatta town, south of Al Khalil, and violently ransacked several homes before kidnapping two brothers identified as Omar and Abdullah Imad Neiroukh.
In Yatta town, south of Al Khalil, the soldiers also searched several homes, and kidnapped Tha’er Shihada Abu Sabha, and Ali Yasser Ma’rouf.
Rateb Jabour, spokesperson of the Popular Committee against the Wall and Settlements, stated that the soldiers also assaulted six members of the ash-Shawaheen and Reb’ey families, including a 13-year-old disabled child, identified as Amir Fares Reb’ey.
All wounded Palestinians have been moved to the Abu al-Hasan al-Qassem Hospital for treatment.
Coordinator of the Popular Committee in Beit Ummar, Mohammad Awad, stated that dozens of soldiers, accompanied by armored vehicles, invaded the town, and ransacked several homes in Aseeda and Safa areas, east and north of Beit Ummar.
The soldiers also kidnapped Ibrahim Mahmoud Sabarna, 27, former political prisoner Mohammad Hussein at-Teet, 18, and Hassan Adam Ekhlayyil, 17.
Israeli soldiers have kidnapped nineteen Palestinians, including fourteen children, in Beit Ummar, since the beginning of this month.