Israeli forces kidnap 21 Palestinians and wound dozens in Hebron |

On Monday, Israeli soldiers kidnapped twenty-one Palestinians, including a former prisoner, and injured dozens of civilians in Hebron Governorate, in the southern West Bank.

Israeli forces kidnapped 21 Palestinian civilians in the southern occupied West Bank governorate of Hebron on Monday morning.

Media sources said soldiers kidnapped many Palestinian young men in the city of Hebron. They were identified as Anas Al-Julani, Alaa Al-Julani, Suhaib Al-Julani, Omar Al-Julani, Miqdad Omar Al-Qawasmeh, Wissam Hussam Al-Qawasmeh and Youssef Saad Al-Qawasmeh.

Also in Hebron, the army kidnapped Mustafa Abdul Qadir Idris, Hammam Jamal Shawar, Amin Burhan Al-Junaidi, Ahmad Khaled Al-Junaidi, Abdullah Hatem Al-Jaabari, Taqi Al-Hashlamoun and Hatem Hazem Zaghir.

In the Al-Arroub refugee camp, northeast of Hebron, soldiers kidnapped civilians, Ammar Muhammad Mahmoud Jawabreh and Reda Amjad Abdel Rahman Jawabreh, after storming and looting their homes.

Meanwhile, in the town of Surif, northwest of the city, occupation forces kidnapped former prisoner Yaqoub Al-Hayeh and his brother Suhaib after invading and looting their homes in the town.

According to Mohammad Awad, a local activist, the army entered the city of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, storming several neighborhoods and breaking into many civilian homes, causing destruction.

He added that the soldiers kidnapped the civilians: Raed Mohammad Mahmoud Akhil, 48, Mushir Hassan Hussein Akhil, 23, Ahed Amjad Ibrahim Moneim Abu Ayyash.

On Monday afternoon, Israeli forces invaded the town of Beit Ummar and stormed several neighborhoods, sparking protests among local Palestinian youth.

According to Mohammad Awad, the army opened fire with live bullets, rubber-coated steel bullets and tear gas canisters on those who resisted the raid, causing dozens of civilians to suffer respiratory injuries from tear gas exposure and damaging vehicles.