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Two Palestinians Kidnapped In Hebron, Two In Jerusalem

author Sunday December 22, 2013 13:05author by IMEMC & Agencies Report post

[Sunday December 22, 2013] Palestinian sources have reported that dozens of Israeli soldiers have invaded the southern West Bank city of Hebron and Jerusalem’s Old City, kidnapping four Palestinians.

Israeli Soldiers - File, Radio Bethlehem 2000

Local sources in Hebron have reported that soldiers invaded the home of Mohannad Nairoukh, and kidnapped him after violently searching his home, and ransacking the property.

Soldiers also invaded the home of resident Mos’ab Talahma in the city, also kidnapping him after ransacking his property.

Furthermore, dozens of soldiers, policemen and security officers invaded the Bab Hatta area, in occupied East Jerusalem, broke into a number of homes, and kidnapped two Palestinians.

The two have been identified as Abdullah Al-Fakhoury and Wisam Bader; they were taken to an interrogation facility in the occupied city.

Furthermore, Palestinian security sources have reported that the army invaded various districts in the occupied West Bank, and kidnapped at least seven Palestinians, including the four in Hebron and Jerusalem.

Local sources in Bethlehem have reported that several Israeli military jeeps invaded Dar Salah village, east of the city, and searched several homes after violently breaking into them.

The soldiers handed Saed Salah, 16 years of age, a military warrant ordering him to head to the Gush Etzion military and security base, south of Bethlehem, for interrogation.

In related news, soldiers invaded Khirbit Al-Farsiyya Bedouin community, in the West Bank’s Northern Plains, and informed three families that the army intends to demolish their residential sheds within one week.

A week ago, soldiers invaded the village and demolished a large number of sheds, rendering dozens of residents homeless.

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