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Soldiers Kidnap A Palestinian In Nablus

author Monday October 21, 2013 09:20author by IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Monday at dawn [October 21, 2013] Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded a number of neighborhoods in the northern West bank city of Nablus, broke into several homes, and searched them, before kidnapping one youth.


File - Radio Bethlehem 2000

Local sources have reported that the soldiers invaded Ras Al-Ein neighborhood, and kidnapped a young man identified as Abboud Soboh, after violently broke into his home and searching it before talking him to the Huwwara military base, south of the city.

The sources said that Soboh has two brothers who are currently imprisoned by the Israeli occupation army.

Soldiers also invaded the eastern area of Nablus, and the Balata refugee camp, fired concussion grenades and sound bombs, before surrounding a residential building in the center of the city.

Later on, soldiers installed a roadblock at the entrance of Beta town, south of Nablus, stopped dozens of vehicles, and inspected the ID cards of dozens of youths.

On Sunday evening, soldiers closed the western area of the town, and conducted military searches allegedly looking for Palestinian youths who hurled stones at settlers’ vehicles.

On Sunday, soldiers kidnapped three Palestinians in Bethlehem, and the Deheisha refugee camp, south of the city.

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