International Middle East Media Center: Israeli forces, on Sunday, kidnapped four people in the Hebron district, summoning one for interrogation, as well as storming a village in Jenin, according to reports by local and security sources.
WAFA reports that army forces stormed the village of Beit Ummar, near Hebron, in the early morning hours and arrested two local residents, ages 18 and 35, said Mohammad Awad, of the anti-settlement and wall committee in the village.
Meanwhile, Israeli forces stormed Dura, to the west of Hebron, where they abducted a local resident. They also took a youth at Ash-Shuhadaa Street, in Hebron, and beat up his brother during the attempt to detain him.
Furthermore, forces stormed the village of Khallat Hadur, to the northeast of Hebron, serving a local resident with a summons to appear for interrogation before the Israeli intelligence.
Meanwhile in Jenin district, the Israeli army raided the village of At-Tarem near the town of Ya’bad and stormed several homes of the local villagers. Security sources said that forces ordered a 19-year-old out of his home and interrogated him using foul language, while he was handcuffed.
He was later released.