Several military jeeps invaded Beit Ola town, in the Hebron district in the southern part of the West Bank, broke and into searched several homes, and kidnapped a Palestinian and his sister.
Local sources said the soldiers kidnapped Yousef al-‘Aker and his sister, Samira, age 21, and took them to the Etzion military base for interrogation.
Soldiers also invaded Ithna town, nearby, installing several roadblocks in Hebron city and at the entrances of the nearby towns of Sa’ir and Halhoul, where they stopped dozens of cars and interrogated the passengers while inspecting their ID cards.
Furthermore, soldiers invaded the Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and kidnapped one Palestinian.
The Palestinian, Rokn Jamal Nashraty, 20, was kidnapped from his parent’s home after the soldiers violently invaded it, and searched it.
The Radio Bethlehem 2000 has reported that the soldiers also invaded the homes of Omar Abu al-Haija and Majd at-Tubassy, interrogating them and their families.
In addition, soldiers invaded the al-Asakra area, east of Bethlehem, searched homes and kidnapped two Palestinians identified as Salah Sami Asakra, 23, and Eyad Ali Asakra, 24. Both are former political prisoners.
Soldiers also invaded the al-Obeyyat area, east of Bethlehem, and kidnapped one Palestinian identified as Moazzaz Khalil Obeyyat, age 30.
They further invaded the home and searched the property of Hussein Obeyyat, who was killed by the army many years ago.
The soldiers installed several roadblocks in different parts of the occupied West Bank, stopped and searched dozens of vehicles and interrogated the passengers while inspecting their ID cards.
The assaults are part of daily violations and acts of collective punishment carried out against the Palestinians in different parts of occupied Palestine.