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Six Palestinians Kidnapped In West Bank

author Monday August 18, 2014 09:05author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at dawn, dozens of Palestinian communities in the occupied West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, ransacking homes while interrogating families, and kidnapping at least six Palestinians.

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Local sources said dozens of soldiers invaded the Jenin refugee camp, in the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and Sielet ath-Thaher nearby village, kidnapped four Palestinians and handed two others military warrants ordering them to head to the Salem military base for interrogation.

The sources said resident Qusai Khader Weshahiyya, 30, was kidnapped from his home in the Jenin refugee camp, while residents Shokri Adel Za’rour, Hareesh Amin Hantouli, and Mahmoud Ismael Hantouli, were taken from Sielet ath-Thaher.

Residents Taiseer Zobeidi and ‘As’ad Amin Hantouli have been ordered to head to the Salem military base for interrogation.

The soldiers also broke into and searched several other homes in the camp, and installed roadblocks at the entrance of Jaba’ and ‘Anza nearby villages, stopped and searched dozens of cars while inspecting the ID cards of the passengers.

One resident, identified as Mohammad Nathmi Qawwar, 29, has also been kidnapped from his family home, after the army ransacked it, in the Wadi Ma’ali area in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.

In occupied Jerusalem, soldiers kidnapped Omar Hasan al-Feerawi, 16, near one of the walls of the al-Aqsa Mosque.

Local sources said dozens of soldiers invaded Hasan’s home, kidnapped his son after violently searching the property, and took the child to an interrogation center in the city.

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