Army Kidnaps 10 Palestinians In Jerusalem
Wednesday February 13, 2013 21:48 by IMEMC & Agencies
Wednesday February 13; Israeli soldiers invaded Beit Doqqo village, northwest of occupied East Jerusalem, broke into and searched several homes and kidnapped ten Palestinians.
Local sources reported that dozens of Israeli military jeeps invaded the village, and that the soldiers violently broke into several homes and searched them causing property damage.
The kidnapped Palestinians were moved to an unknown destination. Some of them have been previously imprisoned by Israel.
They have been identified as Mousa Mohammad Ali Hasan, Shadi Suleiman Ali Hasan, Hisham Khalil Ali Hasan, Jalal Khalil Ali Hasan, Bashir Jamal Marar, Abdul-Fattah Hasan Daoud, Nadim Ahmad Hussein, Mohammad Abdul-Nasser Hussein, Ahmad Issa Hussein, and Ali Issa Hussein.
In related news, Israeli soldiers broke into Section 4 of the Nafha Israeli prison, attacked several detainees and forced three into solitary confinement.
Palestinian detainees in Israeli prisons are preparing for a hunger strike in solidity with hunger striking detainees Samer Al-Eesawy and Jafar Ez Ed-Deen, and Tareq Qa’dan, who are also facing life-threatening health complications.
Al-Eesawy has been on hunger strike for more than six and a half months.
The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) reported that 360 detainees at the Ramon Israeli prison, and detained Islamic Jihad leaders in all Israeli prisons and detention facilities, will be holding the one-day hunger strike this Thursday, as an initial step towards a larger strike.
360 Detainees To Hold Solidarity Hunger Strike