Thursday at dawn, Israeli soldiers kidnapped five Palestinians, including an elected legislator, in different parts of the occupied West Bank.Local sources in Ramallah have reported that the army invaded the home of legislator Abdul-Jabbar Foqaha, and kidnapped him before moving him to an unknown destination.
The legislator was previously kidnapped and imprisoned by Israel, and was released last November from an Israeli prison after being imprisoned for 10 months.
Furthermore, dozens of soldiers invaded the Al-Arroub refugee camp, in Hebron, and kidnapped one resident, a former political prisoner, identified as Mohammad Hasan ‚ÄėAadi, 21.
Three Palestinians Kidnapped In Hebron and Bethlehem
Thu, 06 Jun 2013 09:15:28
Thursday June 5 2013, dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and the West Bank district of Bethlehem, and kidnapped three Palestinians, including a child.
Eyewitnesses have reported that a number of Israeli military jeeps invaded the Al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of Hebron, broke into and searched several homes and kidnapped one child.
The child has been identified as Mohammad Yousef Jawabra, 14; he was cuffed and blindfolded before being move to an unknown destination.
Furthermore, soldiers installed several roadblocks at the entrance of Ithna nearby town, and the main road between Ithna and Deir Samet village, west of Hebron.
Dozens of soldiers also invaded Um Salmouna village, south of Bethlehem and kidnapped Ali Ahmad Taqatqa, 19, after dozens of soldiers broke his family‚Äôs home and searched it; damage was reported.
Another resident, identified as Ala‚Äô Mheisen, 22, was kidnapped by the army after several armored Israeli military jeeps invaded the camp, and searched homes.
On Wednesday, several Palestinians have been kidnapped during similar Israeli military invasions targeting different parts of the occupied West Bank.
Invasions and attacks are part of ongoing Israeli military violations against the Palestinians, and their property in the occupied territories.