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Ten Palestinians Kidnapped In Qalqilia, Bethlehem And Hebron

author Monday June 03, 2013 09:15author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Monday at dawn, June 3 2013; dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded the West Bank districts of Qalqilia, Bethlehem and Hebron, and kidnapped ten Palestinians after breaking into their homes and searching them.

File Photo - Radio Bethlehem 2000

Local sources in Azzoun town, near the northern West Bank city of Qalqilia, stated that the army invaded the town and kidnapped five Palestinians.

The kidnapped residents have been identified as Mahdi Hamed, 20, Qassem Ahmad Salim, 21, Yousef Saqer Salim, 24, Adam Bassem Salim, 23, and Ashraf Ahmad Hasan, 19.

Soldiers also handed five residents military warrants ordering them to head to a nearby military base for interrogation.

Army also invaded the Al-Khader town, and the Deheisha refugee camp, in Bethlehem, and kidnapped two Palestinians identified as Baha’ Mohammad Salah, 20, from Al-Khader, and Khaled As’ad As-Salhy, 19, from Deheisha.

Furthermore, soldiers invaded Arab Al-Hathalin village, east of Yatta, south of the southern West bank city of Hebron, and kidnapped three teenagers.

Rateb Jabour, coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall, stated that the army kidnapped Odah Mohammad Al-Hathaleen, 18, his brother Akram, 15, and Ammar Shu’eib Al- Hathaleen, 19.

The army claims that the three cut a section of a barbed wire fence surrounding Karmiel settlement.

Jabour denounced the ongoing and escalating Israeli military violations and settler assaults against the Palestinians, their lands and property in different parts of the occupied territories.

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