Online donation system by ClickandPledge

user preferences

  • Language - en

Army Kidnaps Three Palestinians In West Bank

author Sunday June 02, 2013 11:23author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

June 2 2013; Israeli soldiers invaded several areas in the occupied West Bank, broke into and searched several homes, and kidnapped three Palestinians.

File - Image Radio Bethlehem 2000

Local sources have reported that the army kidnapped one Palestinian at the Container roadblock, north of Bethlehem.

The kidnaped Palestinian has been identified as Mo’taz Mazin Al-Kawama, 21, from the Al-Arroub refugee camp, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

Furthermore, dozens of soldiers invaded Dar Salah village, east of Bethlehem, broke into and searched the home of resident Mohammad Salah, 32, and handed him a warrant ordering him to head to the Gush Eztion military base, south of Bethlehem, for interrogation.

Army also invaded the Al-Mavra Ash-Sharqiyya village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, searched several homes and kidnapped two Palestinians.

The two kidnapped residents have been identified as Nader Abed Sa’ad, 21, a student at Birzeit University and an elected member of its Students Senate, in addition to Rami Riyadh Zibin. 22.

In related news, four Palestinians have been injured in Al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem, during clashes that took place, in the At-Tal area, after the army invaded it.

Medical sources have reported that the four wounded Palestinians, all school students, suffered the effects of teargas inhalation, and received treatment by Red Crescent medics on the scene.

category west bank | israeli attacks | news report author email saed at imemc dot org
This page can be viewed in
Follow imemcnews on Twitter
© 2001-2016 IMEMC News. Unless otherwise stated by the author, all content is free for non-commercial reuse, reprint, and rebroadcast, on the net and elsewhere. Opinions are those of the contributors and are not necessarily endorsed by IMEMC News. Disclaimer | Privacy