Palestinian Detained Society (PPS) reported that Israeli soldiers hijacked at least eighteen Palestinians, including the wounded young man, in several parts of the occupied West Bank overnight, until Tuesday morning.
The PPS office in Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, said soldiers were attacking and scrapping many homes before hijacking seven Palestinians.
According to him, soldiers kidnapped Mohannad Abdul-Fattah Rajab, 23, who was shot dead two years ago with ten live Israeli military circles in the right leg and is still receiving treatment.
The PPS has warned that the detainee will probably face serious complications, especially because he needs surgery and requires rehabilitation, ongoing treatment and follow-up.
The soldiers also took away Mohammad Taiseer al-Atrasha, 24, Hamza Tareq Gheith, Falah Hamdi Abu Mariya, 22 and his brother Yahia, 24, with Khattab Waheed Abu Mariya and Mohammad Samir Abu Arram. The soldiers repeatedly attacked Yahia before they took it.
The PPS said the soldiers broke the main gate of Falahin's home and searched the property forcibly, causing excessive property damage, except for killing the son of Haidar with their clubs and rifles.
In Ramallah, on the central West Bank, soldiers were captured by Maher Ahmad Thaher, 21, his brother, Mahdi, 24, and Shadi Dar Khalil, 21.
Further, soldiers attacked homes in the town of Hizzi, east of Jerusalem, searched for homes and detained Mohammad Hamza Salaheddin and Musa Abdul-Rahman Khatib.
In Nablus, in the north of the West Coast, soldiers have snatched Soheib Sarkaya and Omar Sarkaya.
In Jenin, also in the north of the West Coast, soldiers took Zahera Jamala Zaa rour.
In addition, soldiers robbed two Palestinians, identified as Ahmad Shaban Nofal and Mohammed Essam Khaled, from their homes in Qalqilji, on the north coast of the West Bank.
In the town of Zawiya, Governor Salfit, soldiers took away Adham Ismael Saber.
It is worth mentioning that soldiers hijacked on Monday night Majed Rajab, 34, on a military block near Ibrahimi mosque, Hebron on the south coast of the West and Mohammad Abu Arram from Yatta, south of Hebron.