Israeli Troops abducted earlier on Friday three Palestinian residents from different West Bank cities.
In the West Bank city of Nablus, local sources confirmed that Israeli troops invaded the Burqa village, just north of the city and broke into several local homes, before they abducted resident, Mohammad Saif.
The sources added that Saif’s home was vandalized, before Saif was abducted and taken by the invading Israeli army forces.
Also in Nablus, Israeli troops abducted earlier on Friday, invaded the Burin village, south of the Nablus. Local sources said that the invading troops broke into the home of ex-prisoner, Ghassan Alnajjar, before they abducted and took him to an unknown destination.
In the meantime, Israeli troops also invaded the Jama’een village, south of Nablus city and soldiers began taking footages of a number of residential homes.
In the southern West Bank city of Hebron, Israeli troops abducted on Friday morning a Palestinian resident.
Local media reports said that Israeli troops, stationed on a mobile roadblock, intercepted Palestinian resident, Ahmad Abuaisha, before they held and took him to an unknown destination.
Witnesses said that Abuaisha was driving his own vehicle, before the soldiers stopped him and near the Israel illegal settlement of Etsion
Meanwhile, local sources in Hebron said that a large Israeli force invaded the Sahla neighborhood, broke into and vandalized several local homes, including the home of Rafeeq Alqudsi.
They added that the soldiers took footages of Alqudsi’s home, before they departed the neighborhood.
Noteworthy, over the past several weeks, Israeli troops have increased their abduction operations, across the West Bank, as Israeli government officials have announced Israel’s intention to annex large swathes of the West Bank’s area of Jordan Valley, by early July.
(Source / 26.06.2020)