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Eight Kidnapped Near Ramallah

author Friday June 28, 2013 11:05author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Local sources in the Al-Mazra’a Ash-Sharqiyya village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, have reported that dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded the village, and kidnapped eight Palestinians.

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The sources said that the army broke into several homes, and violently searched them before kidnapping eight residents.

The kidnapped have been identified as Bayan Azzam, Bilal Tawfiq I’jaaq, Imad Thameen Amer, Adel Samir Amer, Hakem Raed Shalaby, Samer Abdul-Qader Hijaz, Hisham Abdul-Qader Hijaz, and Adnan Ahmad Abu Alia.

All were cuffed, blindfolded and were moved to an unknown destination. Clashes have been reported during the invasion.

In related news, soldiers invaded the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem, kidnapped one resident, and handed two other military variants ordering them to head to a nearby military base for interrogation.

The kidnapped resident has been identified as Mo’men Hafeth Seniora, 25, a member of the Palestinian National Security Forces, living in the Northern Neighborhood in the city.

Soldiers also invaded Jaba’ town, south of Jenin, and handed Hasan Suleiman Khaleeliyya, and Jaber Ahmad Kanaat, military warrants ordering them to head to the Salem military base for interrogation.

On Thursday evening, dozens of soldiers invaded the Al-Khader town, near Bethlehem, and kidnapped three Palestinians.

The army claimed uncovering sniper rifles, pistols, silencers and tear gas spray, the Radio Bethlehem 2000 reported.

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