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Palestine: Seventeen Palestinians kidnapped across West Bank, houses raided, property destroyed

9th Apr 2014
Palestine: Seventeen Palestinians kidnapped across West Bank, houses raided, property destroyed

 

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By Chris Carlson

 

International Middle East Media Center: Occupation forces abducted seventeen people from the West Bank, Tuesday, according to reports by local and security sources.

Early Tuesday, the Israeli army invaded Silwad, a town located to the northeast of Ramallah, where they kidnapped seven local residents after breaking into, searching and wreaking havoc upon their houses.

 
Also early Tuesday, in the Nablus district, forces stormed the village of Tal, where they took with them a 21-year-old after breaking into and searching his house.

 

They also stormed Uusarin, a village located to the southeast of Nablus, where they took four people aged between 16 and 23 years, after breaking into and searching their houses.

 

In the Hebron district, forces stormed Idhna, a town located to the west of Hebron, where they abducted two people; a 26-year-old notary public, who is also a lawyer, along with his 34-year-old brother’s wife after breaking into and searching their house.

 

Forces also seized jewelry, cash and bank checks as they caused extensive damage to the notary public’s house, destroying the doors and vandalizing furniture.

 

As well, early Tuesday, the Old City of Hebron and Haram Al Rama neighborhood were invaded by Israeli troops, where they seized two people aged 21 and 28 years, after breaking into and searching their houses.

 

Forces also stormed Beit Ummar and Beit ‘Awwa, two towns located to the north and south of Hebron respectively, where they broke into and searched two houses after using explosives to detonate the main entrances of the property.
In Bethlehem, forces kidnapped a 46-year-old man after breaking into and searching his house in Al Karkafeh neighborhood.

 

Meanwhile, forces served four Palestinians with orders to appear before Israeli intelligence, according to security sources.

 

Forces stormed Beit Sahour, where they handed a 45-year-old person an order to appear before Israeli intelligence in ‘Gush Etzion’, an illegal Israeli settlement located to the south of Bethlehem, after breaking into his house.

 

Also invaded on Tuesday was the village of Sanur, located to the south of Jenin, where occupation forces interrogated residents, serving three people with notices to appear before Israeli intelligence, after breaking into their houses.

 

http://imemc.org/article/67485

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