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Army Kidnaps Former Mayor Of Al-Biereh

author Tuesday January 15, 2013 09:35author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

On Tuesday [15 January 2013] at approximately at 1:00AM, Israeli soldiers kidnapped Sheikh Jamal Al-Tawil, the former mayor of the Al-Biereh town, after breaking into his home, ransacking contents and causing extensive damage.


Jamal Tawil - FIle alamatonline.net

Bushra, the daughter of Jamal, told the Radio Bethlehem 2000 that a large number of Israeli soldiers broke into the home and detained the family in the living room; the soldiers then asked for the ID card of Jamal.

She added that one security officer asked her father about “how he is doing”, and that her father responded; “how can anything good happen while you are breaking into our home this violent way, and dozens of your soldiers are ripping through our property like savages”.

The officer said that Jamal is being kidnapped for “incitement against the state”. The army also confiscated Jamal’s mobile phone and his personal computer.

Bushra said that the army prevented her father from taking any extra clothes with him amidst the current extremely cold weather conditions especially following the recent snow storm that impacted the Palestinian territories.

Jamal Tawil was repeatedly kidnapped and imprisoned by Israel, and spent more than ten years in Israeli prisons, detention and interrogation centers. His wife, Montaha, and his daughter, Bushra, are also former political prisoners.

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