As part of their daily invasions and kidnappings, Israeli soldiers invaded various districts in the occupied West Bank, and kidnapped at least fourteen Palestinians, after breaking into their homes.
Local sources in Doma village, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, have reported that dozens of soldiers invaded the village, violently broke into several homes and searched them, before kidnapping seven Palestinians.
The seven have been identified as Amer Khaled Dawabsha, 23, Mahmoud Laith Dawabsha, 22, Bashir Hisham Dawabsha, 26, Shaker Ja’far Dawabsha, Ali Mohammad Dawabsha, 25, Mos’ab Abdul-Sami’ Dawabsha, 19, and Issam Imad Salawda, 24.
The soldiers also confiscated two Palestinian cars in the village, local sources said.
Soldiers also invaded the al-Obeydiyya town, east of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, and kidnapped two Palestinians after searching their homes, and ransacking their property.
The two have been identified as Ahmad Mohammad Al-‘Asa, 38, former political prisoner Adnan Mohammad Shanayta, 24.
In Jenin, in the northern part of the West Bank, soldiers invaded a home in the Eastern Neighborhood, and violently searched it before kidnapping one Palestinian, identified as Mohammad Enad az-Zeben.
His family said that soldiers caused excessive property damage after searching the home, and took their son to the Salem nearby military base, where he was detained, beaten and interrogated for an hour, and was released later on.
Soldiers also invaded Borqeen village, west of Jenin, and kidnapped one Palestinian identified as Mohammad Ahmad Khalaf, 22.
In addition, soldiers invaded the As-Sammoa’ town, south of the southern West Bank city of Al Khalil, violently searched several homes and kidnapped three Palestinians identified as Shahd and Mohammad Mousa Khalayla, and Ala’ Mahmoud Abu Awwad.