Israeli Soldiers Abduct Two Women In Jerusalem

February 20, 2017 2:01 AM IMEMC News Israeli attacks, Jerusalem, News Report, West Bank 0
20 Feb
2:01 AM

Israeli soldiers invaded, Sunday, Ras al-‘Amoud neighborhood in Silwan town, in occupied East Jerusalem, installed roadblocks and abducted two Palestinian women.

The Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan (Silwanic) has reported that Israeli soldiers installed a roadblock in Ras al-‘Amoud, stopped before searching many Palestinians, and cars, and interrogated many locals while inspecting their ID cards, before abducting one woman, while another woman was taken prisoner from her home.

Silwanic added that the soldiers searched a few homes, and abducted a woman from a home belonging to members of Abu local family.

Another woman was abducted at the military roadblock in Ras al-‘Amoud, and was moved to an interrogation center in Jerusalem.

In related news, the District Court in occupied Jerusalem decided to release three young men, identified as Samir Dirbas, Mansour Mahmoud and Ahmad Ateyya, all from the al-‘Eesawiyya town in Jerusalem, after ordering them to pay a third-party bail in the amount of 10.000 Shekels, in addition to denying them entry to their town for one week.

Another Palestinian, identified as Younis Abu al-Hummus, was also released under a 10.000 Shekels third-party bail, and was placed under house arrest for ten days, while Mahmoud Mustafa and Mohammad Dari, were ordered to pay 3000 Shekels each and were placed under house arrest for 14 days.

The court also ordered Midhat Obeid under further interrogation until 02/21/2017, Ehad Abu Edheim until 02/26, Nasser Obeid until 02/22, Ahmad Rabay’a until 03/23, and Mohammad Dirbas until 03/23, Mohammad Dirbas until 03/23, and Mohammad Fawzi until 03/23.

All were abducted and detained by the soldiers during various invasions, and searched of homes and cars, in differed areas in Silwan.

Late on Sunday night, more than 300 soldiers invaded al-‘Eesawiyya village in Jerusalem, after completely surrounding it, and were deployed in its neighborhood and alleys.

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