Seven Palestinians kidnapped in Israeli operation in Jenin
Israeli forces kidnapped at least seven civilians in a pre-dawn invasion. Among those kidnapped were relatives of wanted Palestinians on the Israeli list from the northern West Bank city of Jenin.
Palestinian sources reported that Israeli forces invaded the city and the Jenin refugee camp and randomly fired heavy rounds. Troops ransacked homes and kidnapped four from Jenin; among those a father and his two sons. Sources identified them as Fat'hey Howeil, 55, and his sons Ahmad, 25, and Mohammad, 21.
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