Legislator, Five Residents, Kidnapped In Hebron, 15 Kidnapped In West Bank
Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded on Monday at dawn [September 16 2013] the southern West Bank district of Hebron, and kidnapped five Palestinians, including a son of an imprisoned Palestinian legislator. At least fifteen Palestinians have been kidnapped by the army in different parts of West Bank.
Local sources have reported that the army broke into the home of legislator Hatem Abu Qfeisha, who is still imprisoned by Israel, and kidnaped his son Anas, 17, and his brother Sobhi Qfeisha.
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