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Soldiers Kidnap Six Palestinians In The West Bank

author Wednesday May 22, 2013 09:42author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Wednesday May 22 2013, Israeli soldiers invaded different parts of the occupied West Bank, and kidnapped at least six Palestinians, the army broke into several homes and searched them causing property damage.

Local sources reported that several Israeli military jeeps invaded the Balata refugee camp, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and kidnapped one resident identified as Mohammad Hashash.

The sources added that the army also invaded Yasseed village, north of Nablus, and kidnapped Mohammad Ahmad Thaher, 59, after violently searching his home.

The army also invaded Anabta town, near the northern West bank city of Tulkarem, and kidnapped Ammar Abul-Raziq Najjar, 21.

Furthermore, undercover forces of the Israeli army, driving a Palestinian car, infiltrated into the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and kidnapped one resident, identified as ‘Arsan Qareeny, 25, from the Jenin refugee camp.

The undercover soldiers also violently assaulted a Palestinian identified as Rabee’ Khaled Jaradat, 24; Palestinian medics arrived at the scene and transferred him to a local hospital.

Furthermore, army invaded Tammoun, near the central West Bank city of Tubas, and kidnapped one resident identified as Nawwaf Fahd Bani-Odah, 24, after breaking into his home.

On Tuesday, the army invaded various areas in the West Bank, kidnapped eight Palestinians, and kidnapped two Palestinian children in Abu Dis town, in occupied East Jerusalem.

category west bank | israeli attacks | news report author email saed at imemc dot org
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