Army Kidnaps A Palestinian In Hebron, Navy Attacks Fishers In Gaza

27 Oct
11:40 AM

Israeli soldiers invaded, on Thursday, the southern area of Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, and kidnapped one Palestinian. The soldiers also invaded an area east of Tubas, while the navy attacked fishing boats in Gaza waters.

The Hebron office of the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) said the soldiers invaded homes in the southern area of the city and kidnapped Ayman Abdul-Hamid Taha, 33.

In addition, the soldiers invaded Khallet Hamad area, in the West Bank’s Northern Plains area, east of Tubas, and threatened to demolish newly constructed structures, even tents, installed in place of structures the military demolished more than a month ago.

Aref Daraghma, an expert on Israeli settlements file, said illegal Israeli settlers recently invaded the area were the demolished structures once stood, and started constructing a new outpost.

In addition, Israeli navy ships fired many live rounds at Palestinians fishing boats, close to the coast in the northern part of the Gaza strip.

Earlier Thursday, the army invaded the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem, and the al-Eesawiyya town, searched homes and kidnapped three Palestinians.

On Thursday morning, the soldiers invaded al-Khader, south of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, and kidnapped seven Palestinians, including three siblings, and occupied a home to use it as an interrogation facility.

On Wednesday evening, the soldiers kidnapped a Palestinian teenager in Shu’fat town, north of occupied East Jerusalem, while on Tuesday, the soldiers kidnapped twin brothers, 12 years of age, after summoning them for interrogation.

Also on Wednesday evening, the soldiers invaded Al-Kader’s Old City, and clashed with Palestinian youngsters.

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