Army Injures Seven Palestinians, Kidnaps Three, In Jenin

30 Jul
1:47 PM

Israeli soldiers invaded, earlier on Saturday at dawn, the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and Jenin refugee camp, searched several homes and kidnapped three Palestinians. The soldiers also shot and injured seven others during clashes that took place after the invasion.

The Jenin office of the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that the soldiers invaded homes in the Eastern Neighborhood in Jenin, and kidnapped Tha’er al-Hinnawi.

It added that the soldiers invaded and searched homes in the Jenin refugee camp, and kidnapped Abdullah Ahmad Hasri and Abdul-Rahman Fadel Hasri.

Clashes took place in the refugee camp after the soldiers invaded it; the army fired several live rounds and wounded one Palestinian in his thigh.

The soldiers also shot and injured six Palestinians with live rounds, in a number of neighborhoods in Jenin city.

The PPS stated that the soldiers also searched a number of homes, and interrogated many Palestinians.

In related news, Israeli soldiers stationed in a military base across the border fence, east of Johr ed-Deek area, in central Gaza, opened fire on a number of farmers on their lands, forcing them to leave.

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