Israeli army forces have broken into Palestinian property including a kindergarten in the West Bank, kidnapping four teenagers.
The operation was carried out in two different West Bank villages on Thursday night.
Local sources said Israeli troops invaded the village of Beit Ruosh, near al-Khalil, broke into and searched dozens of homes before abducting four teenagers, International Middle East Media Center reported.
The forces also raided and searched homes and ransacked a local kindergarten in the village of Saffa.
Over the last two months, Israeli forces have kidnapped hundreds of Palestinians in the West Bank, including teenagers, in direct opposition to a security agreement with the Palestinian National Authority.
More than 11,500 Palestinians, including women and children, are imprisoned by Israel, suffering under harsh conditions in detention facilities.