Army Kidnaps A Woman And A Child In Hebron

November 22, 2015 4:50 PM IMEMC & Agencies Hebron, Israeli attacks, News Report 0
22 Nov
4:50 PM

Israeli soldiers have kidnapped, Sunday, a Palestinian woman on a roadblock, near the Ibrahimi Mosque, in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and a child in the al-‘Arroub refugee camp, north of the city. The soldiers kidnapped Ghadeer Diaeddin Sharif, 43 years of age, as she was trying to cross the roadblock while heading to pray in the Ibrahimi Mosque.

The woman was ordered to go through a metal detector, and when the machine sounded, indicating the presence of metal, a female soldier asked her to try again, but before she did so the soldier assaulted her, and struck her on both her legs, before many soldiers kidnapped the woman and took her to the section of the mosque that is under full Israeli military control.

Head of the Ibrahim Mosque, Monther Abu al-Felat, said the machines installed on the roadblock repeatedly malfunction, and that there have been various similar cases in the past.

In addition, the soldiers kidnapped a child as he was heading to school in the al-‘Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, and took him to an unknown destination.

The child has been identified as ‘Ala Ibrahim Mahfouth, 14 years of age; the soldiers cuffed him and took him to an unknown destination.

Also on Sunday, the soldiers and undercover units of the army invaded various Palestinian towns and neighborhoods in occupied Jerusalem, and kidnapped ten Palestinians, including Three children.

On Sunday at dawn, Israeli soldiers kidnapped two Palestinians in Beit Fajjar town, in the West Bank district of Bethlehem, and isolated Aqraba village, south of Nablus.

The soldiers also invaded and ransacked hundreds of homes in the southern West Bank district of Hebron, and kidnapped at least 19 Palestinians.

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