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Soldiers Kidnap Three Palestinians In Bethlehem, Nablus

author Tuesday February 18, 2014 11:08author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

[Tuesday, February 17, 2014] Israeli troops kidnapped two Palestinians in the West Bank district of Bethlehem, and one Palestinian in the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

File - Nabi Saleh Solidarity
File - Nabi Saleh Solidarity

Local sources in Bethlehem said that dozens of soldiers invaded the Wad Ma’ali area, in Bethlehem, kidnapping Ahmad Khader Salahaat, 20, after breaking into his home and violently searching it.

Soldiers also invaded the Saff street area in Bethlehem, broke into a home and kidnapped resident Mohammad Khader Abu ‘Ahour, 20 years of age.

Eyewitnesses said that Israeli military vehicles drove around in various neighborhoods in the city, and interrogated several residents.

In addition, soldiers invaded the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and kidnapped a Palestinian activist in Ras al-Ein neighborhood.

Local sources said the soldiers kidnapped Ramzi Abu Sa’ada after breaking into his house and ransacking its furniture and belongings.

Earlier on Tuesday, soldiers invaded Hebron city, in the southern part of the West Bank, broke into and violently searched several homes, kidnapping Ahmad Tareq ar-Rajaby, 17, and Mahmoud Ali Abu Sneina, 15, from the Old City.

Soldiers also kidnapped resident Odai Abdul-Aziz al-Khdour, 22, from Bani Neim nearby town, as he was near the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron.

The army also invaded the towns of Doura and ath-Thaheriyya, south of Hebron, and various other neighborhoods in the city.

The army also kidnapped Saif Ahmad Taha, 22, after invading Wad al-Harya, in Hebron, taking him to an unknown destination.

On Monday at night, soldiers invaded Nabi Saleh village, near Ramallah, and kidnapped one Palestinian identified as Jihad Tamimi, after ransacking his home.

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