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Palestine: Child, young man, kidnapped by Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem

15th May 2014
Palestine: Child, young man, kidnapped by Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem


[File photo: Maan News Agency]


By Saed Bannoura

IMEMC & Agencies: Wednesday morning, Israeli soldiers kidnapped a Palestinian child in Silwan, and a young man in a yard of the al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied East Jerusalem.

Eyewitnesses said the soldiers kidnapped Musallam Mousa Odah, 14, after breaking into his family’s home, in the al-Bustan neighborhood in Silwan.

His mother said that dozens of soldiers surrounded their home, and kidnapped her son before taking him to the al-Maskobiyya interrogation facility.

She added that this is the fourteenth time the soldiers kidnap, detain and interrogate her son.

In related news, soldiers invaded the yards of the al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied Jerusalem, attacked a number of Palestinian worshipers, and kidnapped a young man.

Local sources said the soldiers kidnapped Mohammad Odeh, and took him to an interrogation facility in the occupied city.

Earlier on Wednesday, soldiers invaded various Palestinian communities in the occupied West Bank, and occupied Jerusalem, kidnapping fourteen Palestinians.

One Response to “Palestine: Child, young man, kidnapped by Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem”

Ian Barnettt.March 15, 2015

Astonishing! I just read an article here a few minutes ago that say Israeli soldiers ‘detain’ (not kidnap) suspects.

Perhaps I dreamed I read it.Must be a figment of my imagination. If I did read it, it explains why muslims are inconsistent and can never be taken seriously. You can’t even agree to lie and mislead readers consistently.

Better sense in the Beano or Dandy comics. :-) x


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