Israeli occupation forces (IOF) kidnaped at least 30 Palestinian citizens, including two female university students, in raids across the occupied territories.
IOF rounded up 12 Palestinians after forcibly entering and ransacking the houses of their families in Abu Dis town, east of Jerusalem.
In Bethlehem, IOF stormed Tuqu town, east of the southern West Bank city, where they kidnaped a 17-year-old teen and searched his parents’ house.
In the northern West Bank, heavily-armed soldiers barged into Madama village, south of Nablus, detained two people and broke into several houses.
They detained two female students enrolled in al-Najah National University; one in Nablus city and the other from Tell village, west of the city.
In Tulkarm, IOF raided Kafr al-Labad village, east of Tulkarm city, resulting in the detention of five people, including a formerly-detained 56-year-old man and his son.
IOF also raided Kafr Abbush town, south of the Tulkarm city, and kidnaped one person.
Three others were kidnaped from Illar town, northeast of the city.
In Jenin, IOF forcibly entered a house in Yabad town, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, searched and ransacked a house and kidnaped one person.
They also rounded up three others; one from Fahma village, southwest of the city, and the two others from Tayba village, southwest of the city.