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Three Palestinians Kidnapped In Hebron

author Wednesday June 12, 2013 10:48author by IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Israeli soldiers invaded on Wednesday [June 12 2013] Doura town, in the southern West Bank district of Hebron, and kidnapped three Palestinians.

Eyewitnesses said that a number of Israeli military jeeps invaded the town, broke into and searched several homes causing property damage, interrogated several residents and kidnapped three.

The three kidnapped Palestinians have been identified as Zaky Al-Hroub, Mahmoud Ad-Darawish, and Hasan Ad-Darawish. They were cuffed, blindfolded and were taken to unknown destinations.
In related news, soldiers invaded Beit Awwa, southwest of Hebron, and violently searched several homes.

Army also installed roadblocks near Halhoul, north of Hebron, and at the entrance of the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of the city, searched dozens of vehicles and interrogated the residents.

On Tuesday evening, soldiers manning a military tower installed at the entrance of Beit Ummar town, near Hebron, detained one resident and interrogated him before forcing him to drink a bottle of alcohol until he passed out.

The Radio Bethlehem 2000 have reported that the army detained Mohammad Khalil Abu Dayya, 24, and interrogated him in the tower. They were asking him about names of youths believed to be involved in throwing stones at the army.

Abu Dayya told the army that he does not know any names, or have any information.

Later on, an officer arrived at the scene, pressed the barrel of his rifle against Abu Dayya’s head, and forced him to drink a bottle of alcohol.

The Palestinian passed out for an hour, was left onto the ground, and when he woke up the soldiers dragged him out and left him on the street.

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