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Palestine: Isralei army kidnaps several Palestinians in West Bank

11th Feb 2014

IMEMC & Agencies: Monday at dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded various Palestinian communities in the occupied West Bank, violently broke into and searched dozens of homes, and kidnapped several Palestinians.

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[File photo: IMEMC News]


Local sources in the northern West Bank city of Nablus have reported that the soldiers kidnapped Mohammad Farid Sbeih, 17, from his home in Ksheika area, and Ayyoub Maysara Ayyoub, 22, from Ras al-Ein neighborhood.
Dozens of soldiers also invaded Burin village, south of Nablus, and kidnapped one Palestinian identified as Qais Bilal Omran, 20, at the Beita Junction.
Late on Sunday night, soldiers invaded Beita town, near Nablus, kidnapping two Palestinians, identified as Mahmoud Ma’aly, 24, and Mohammad Ash-Sharfa, 21.
The two were taken prisoner while welcoming resident Hasan Suwwan after he was released from an Israeli prison.
Earlier on Monday, at dawn, soldiers invaded Rommana village, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and kidnapped one Palestinian identified as Osama Ibrahim al-Ahmad, 27.
The soldiers smashed the front door of the house and violently searched it, causing excessive property damage.
In related news, dozens of soldiers invaded Ya’bad village, southwest of Jenin, and drove through its streets in a provocative manner.
Furthermore, soldiers kidnapped Khaled Hilmy Hassasna, 27, and Ahmad Adnan Abdeen, 25, as they tried to enter Jerusalem. The two are from the al-Obeydiyya town, east of Bethlehem.


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