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3 Kidnapped from West Bank, Lands Razed in Jerusalem

author Tuesday June 10, 2014 20:50author by Chris Carlson - 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group Report post

Tractors seized in Jenin

Israeli forces kidnapped three Palestinians from West Bank cities of Jenin and Hebron, today, in addition to razing Palestinian-owned lands in Jerusalem.

According to Palestinian security sources, the Israeli army raided Jenin refugee camp and Kofr Rae’y twon, where they broke into several houses, the PNN has reported.

Two Palestinian youth, identified as Isam Sameeh Nagi Ka’ki, 22, and Najeeb Mohammad Naser, 25, were abducted during the raid.

Meanwhile, at the entrance of Agah town, south of Jenin, Israeli forces set up a checkpoint where they checked passengers’ vehicles and identification.

The army also raided the old city of Hebron, where one Saed Abedallah Abu-Hussine, aged 28, was kidnapped after forces broke into his parents’ house.

In Jerusalem, Israeli military bulldozers razed large areas of Palestinian-owned land in the neighborhood of Wadi Al-Joz, near the walls of the Old City, according to local witnesses.

WAFA reports that forces and police surrounded the area, towed a number of Palestinian vehicles from the area, causing severe damage to the cars as well as preventing Palestinians from approaching as bulldozers razed the land, for which no reason was given.

Just yesterday, Israeli forces seized around four agricultural tractors west of West Bank city of Jenin.

Palestinian security sources reported, according to the PNN, that at least four tractors were seized in the villages of Yamoun and Borkeen, west of Jenin, and continue to look for more in other villages.

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