Fifteen Palestinians Kidnapped In Hebron, Five In Jenin
Thursday November 14, 2013 12:37 by IMEMC & Agencies
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Palestinian sources have reported that the number of Palestinians kidnapped by the Israeli soldiers, on Thursday November 14, arrived to twenty Palestinians, fifteen kidnapped in Hebron and five in Jenin.
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The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that dozens of soldiers invaded the Ath-Thaheriyya town, south of Hebron, and kidnapped eleven Palestinians.
The kidnapped have been identified as Mahmoud Issa Wreidat, Ibrahim Makhazra, Riyadh Al-Battat, Eyad Najeh Al-Hawareen, Adel, Raed and Osama Mohammad An-Najjar, Madeen Al-Ka’ky, Mahmoud Issa Wreidat, Ibrahim Makhazra, and Fayez Khalil Rabba’.
Soldiers also invaded Beit Awwa nearby town, and kidnapped Yousef Rasmy Masalma, Luay Samir Masalma, Mahmoud Issa Masalma.
Another resident, identified as Ali Al-Bakry was kidnapped from his home in Hebron city.
Furthermore, soldiers invaded Be’er Al-Basha village, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and kidnapped Mo’tasem Jaradat, 22, and his brother Arafat, 23, in addition to Tawfiq Sharif Ghawadra, 19. The army alleges their brother stabbed and killed an Israeli soldier in Al-Affoula on Wednesday.
Soldiers also invaded the Al-Jalama village, near the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and kidnapped Abdullah Yassin, while resident Ahmad Mahmoud Abu Al-Haija was kidnapped in Al-Yamoun town, near Jenin.
In addition, dozens of soldiers invaded Ya’bod town, near Jenin, and violently broke into and searched two homes after forcing the families out. Clashes took place between the invading soldiers and local youths.
Soldiers fired rounds of live ammunition and concussion grenades at local youths who hurled stones and empty bottles at them; no injuries have been reported.
Soldiers Kidnap 13 Palestinians In Hebron, Two Near Jenin
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 11:28:55
[Thursday November 14, 2013] Israeli soldiers invaded the Ath-Thaheriyya and Deir Samet towns, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and kidnapped 13 Palestinians. Two more Palestinians were kidnapped near Jenin.
Local sources have reported that dozens of soldiers invaded Ath-Thaheriyya town, south of Hebron, broke into and searched dozens of homes, and kidnapped 10 Palestinians including four brothers.
The kidnapped residents have been identified as Osama, Raed, Ala’ and Adel Mohammad An-Najjar, in addition to Riyadh Mohammad Al-Battat, Madeen Al-Ka’ky, Ibrahim Makhazra, Mahmoud Roweidat, Fayez Rabba’ and Mohyee Al-Battat.
Furthermore, soldiers invaded Deir Samet village, southwest of Hebron, and kidnapped three Palestinians, including two brothers. The kidnapped have been identified as Luay and Odai Samir Masalma, and Yousef Rasmy Masalma.
In related news, soldiers invaded the Be’er A-Basha village, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and kidnapped Mo’tasem Sharif Ghawadra, the brother of a Palestinian who stabbed an Israeli soldier in Al-‘Affoula.
The father, Sharif, said that dozens of soldiers violently broke into the home at midnight and hurled a sound grenade in the house.
He added that the soldiers violently searched the property, and assaulted his family, adding that serious damage to windows, doors and closets resulted from the Israeli military attack.
Sharif further stated that soldiers violently assaulted him, his wife and his son, Tawfiq, and kidnapped Jamil Mohammad Ghawadra, 16 years of age, who was staying over.
The Israeli army claimed that the arrests are connected to the death of an Israeli soldier who was stabbed on Wednesday in Al-‘Affoula, and said that the kidnapped wrote graffiti containing the name of the soldier in the village.
In related news, a number of fundamentalist Israeli settlers burnt, late on Wednesday at night, a Palestinian home in Sinjel village, north of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, wounding five family members.
Medical sources said that the wounded residents were moved to the Ramallah Governmental Hospital suffering mild injuries.