PPS: “Army Kidnaps 22 Palestinians, Including A Journalist, In The West Bank”

09 Nov
12:08 PM

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers have kidnapped, Wednesday, twenty-two Palestinians, including a journalist, in different parts of the occupied West Bank, ten of them in Hebron.

The Hebron office of the PPS, in the southern part of the West Bank, said the soldiers stormed and searched many homes and kidnapped ten Palestinians.

The kidnapped residents have been identified as journalist Nidal Natsha, Abdullah Natsha, Tareq Nidal Tamimi, Baha’ Taha Najjar, ‘Ayed Mohammad Doudin, Thabet Mohammad al-Fasfous, Raed Badawi Abu Za’nouna, Hamza Hamdi Abu Mariya, Nidal Hasan Rasras and Abdullah Amer Qassas.

In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers kidnapped Radi Aziz Abdo, Zakariyya Abed Ghrouf, 16,  Radi Aziz Oweisat, 14, Baha’ Taiseer Abu Jom’a, 23, and Ibrahim Ali Abu Jom’a, 19.

In Qabatia town, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, the soldiers kidnapped Mohammad Zakarna, Fadi Zakarna and Bassel Kamil.

In Nablus, also in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers searched homes and kidnapped ‘Alaa Saqqa.

In Jericho, the soldiers searched several homes and kidnapped Rami Nayef Enjoum, 36, and Mohammad Mubarak Romanim.  

On Wednesday morning, several Israeli military vehicles and bulldozers invaded Palestinian lands close to the border fence, in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, amidst sporadic gunfire to force the residents out of their lands. .

Furthermore, soldiers shot, and seriously injured, a young Palestinian man after he reportedly attempted to stab a soldier in an area between Za’tara and Huwwara military roadblocks, in the northern West Bank district of Nablus.

Also, a Palestinian man died from very serious wounds he suffered in 1992, after Israeli soldiers shot him in the head, during a military invasion into the al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah, in central West Bank.

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