Israeli Soldiers Kidnap A Palestinian Police Officer In Hebron
Israeli soldiers kidnapped, Friday, a Palestinian police officer who allegedly punched an Israeli soldier, in the center of Hebron, as the army was chasing and firing at Palestinian youths who clashed with them in the occupied city.
Israeli daily, Maariv, reported that the army kidnapped Firas Abu Aziza, 27, at a roadblock that was installed by the soldiers near Hebron.
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