Gaza, ALRAY - Undercover soldiers of the Israeli forces infiltrated, on Friday evening into Hebron city in nothern occupied West Bank, and kidnapped a former detainee.
Safa News Agency reported that the soldiers broke into a bakery owned by Imad Abu Khalaf, 22 in Wady Al-Hariyya area, and led him to an unknown destination.
Local sources said Abu Khalaf was repeatedly kidnapped, and imprisoned by the Israeli army for his being Hamas-affiliated.
In related news, dozens of soldiers invaded a neighborhood in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, in addition to invading Beit Fajjar and Al-Khader towns, south of Bethlehem, and the Aida refugee camp in the city.
Earlier on Saturday, the Israeli army invaded the Hebron city's Beit Awwa town in predawn hours, and fired dozens of teargas canisters at homes and streets.
Israeli soldiers also broke into several neighborhoods and installed roadblocks at the northern entrance of the city, at the entrances of the town of Ithna, west of Hebron, the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, north of Hebron, the towns and Sa’ir and Shiokh, east of the city, and at the Halhoul Bridge in the north.
Dozens of vehicles have been inspected, and numerous residents interrogated along with their ID cards.
On Friday, dozens of Israeli soldiers stormed Beit Ummar town in southern Hebron and kidnapped two Palestinians. Clashes took place with the soldiers while dozens of residents suffered from tear gas inhalation fired at them.