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10 Palestinians Kidnapped In The West Bank

author Friday December 07, 2012 21:19author by IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Palestinian sources in the occupied West Bank reported that Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Friday, 10 Palestinians, including three children, in Qalqilia, Tubas and Bethlehem, after breaking into and searching their homes, and took them to unknown destinations.

On Friday evening, the army invaded Azzoun town, east of the northern West Bank city of Qalqilia, and kidnapped three 15-year-old children after cuffing and blindfolding them and took them to an unknown destination.

The three children have been identified as Qais Waddah Shbeita, Mohammad Adel Shbeita, and Mohammad Abdul-Fattah Radwan.

On Friday at dawn, the army invaded the village of Tammoun, near the central West Bank city of Tubas, and kidnapped three residents, including a young woman.

Local sources reported that the army kidnapped Eman Mahmoud Bani Odah, 19, in addition to Nasser Yousef Bani Odah, 27, and Azmi Hussein Bani Odah, 23, after breaking into and searching their homes in addition to dozens of homes in the village.

The army forced the residents out of their homes and searched them, and also confiscated a Laptop that belongs to Mos’ab Header Bani Odeh.

Furthermore, soldiers invaded Beit Fajjar town, near Bethlehem, broke into and searched several homes and kidnapped four residents.

The four have been identified as Mohammad Ziyad Taqatqa, 21, Mohammad Yousef Taqatqa, 21, Ahmad Abdul-Rahman Taqatqa, 27, and Eyad Mohammad Taqatqa, 30.

The latest attacks are a continuation of daily invasions and assaults against the residents in the occupied West Bank.

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