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Soldiers Kidnapped 19 Children In Two Weeks

author Wednesday February 20, 2013 18:47author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Wednesday February 20; The Childrenís Media Department at the Palestinian Ministry of Information reported that Israeli soldiers kidnapped 19 Palestinian children, and wounded dozens of children, in the first half of February.

File - Image Hazem Bader - AFP - Getty Images
File - Image Hazem Bader - AFP - Getty Images

The Ministry issued a report stating that Israeli soldiers continued their attacks and violations against the children, and kidnapped 19 in different district in occupied Palestine, and added that dozens of children have been injured after being attacked by both Israeli soldiers and settlers.

The report revealed that the kidnapped children have been violently attacked by the soldiers who invaded different cities, villages, towns and refugee camps in the occupied West Bank, and were moved to different Israeli detention camps and interrogation centers.

Furthermore, two Palestinian children were shot and injured by Israeli military fire near the border fence, east of Jabalia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

Also, the report revealed that dozens of Palestinian children were injured by Israeli fire, and after being violently attacked by Israeli settlers.

It added that most of the wounded children have been injured when Israeli soldiers attacked weekly nonviolent popular protests against the illegal Israeli Annexation Wall and Israelís illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.

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