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Soldiers Kidnap Four In Jerusalem, Two In Nablus

author Tuesday September 10, 2013 11:07author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Tuesday at dawn [September 10, 2013] Israeli soldiers kidnapped four Palestinians in As-Suwwana neighborhood, in occupied East Jerusalem, and two Palestinians in Azmout town, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

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Local sources in Jerusalem said that several military jeeps invaded As-Suwwana, broke into and searched several homes causing property damage, and kidnapped four young men.

The four have been identified as Mohammad Riyadh Abu Lafy, Mohammad Al-Mo’tasem-billah Abu Safy, Mohammad Msha’sha’, and Nihad Msha’sha’.

The attacks come less than 24 hours since the army kidnapped ten Palestinians in Sur Baher, Al-Eesawiyya and the Old City.

Earlier on Tuesday, soldiers invaded Azmout village, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and kidnapped two brothers after violently searching their home.

The two have been identified as Rayeq Ibrahim Sbeih, 60, and his brother Aziz, 30. Soldiers also broke into and searched several homes in the village causing damage.

In related news, Israeli sources have reported that Palestinian youths hurled two Molotov cocktails at an Israeli settlement bus driving near ‘Aboud village, west of Ramallah, causing no damages or injuries. Dozens of soldiers invaded the area and searched it; no arrests have been reported.

Also on Tuesday at dawn, dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded the Al-Arroub Refugee Camp, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, violently broke into dozens of homes and searched them, and kidnapped at least 17 Palestinians.

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