Israeli army abducts at least 21 Palestinian civilians from Jenin district

March 12, 2007 3:05 PM Ghassan Bannoura Israeli attacks, Jenin, News Report 0

Israeli forces invaded several areas in the Jenin district in the northern part of the West Bank and abducted at least 21 Palestinian civilians.

20 civilians were abducted from the village of Al Zababdah, south of Jenin city; local sources reported that an Israeli army force invaded the village at around 2 am on Monday morning and conducted a wide scale search campaign in the village.

Soldiers fired live rounds and sound bombs during the invasion, no injuries were reported. The sources added that Israeli troops targeted mostly students of the Arab American University, which is located near the village.

Since the university is near the village the majority of the students rent rooms in the village. Among those abducted were Bilal Mara'ba, 22, from Qalqilia, Ahmad Al Hag, 22, from Nablus, Mohamed Taha, 22 from Jenin, Mohamed Amro, 20 from Jenin, Mahmod Qandagi, 24, from Tulkarem, and Zuhier Ya'kup, 23 from Qalqilia.

In the meantime, another Israeli force invaded the city of Jenin and searched a number of residents houses located in the city center, then took prisoner Rabi Nassar, aged 25.

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