A statement released by a group that belongs to the Al Aqsa brigades, the military wing of Fateh, reported that it abducted an Israeli soldier in the west Bank.

The group said that it abducted, on Friday afternoon, an Israeli soldier identified as Haiman Keefer Shmoel.

The Maan News Agency reported that the group gave the following details to confirm the abduction;

Name of soldier: Haiman Kiefar Shmoel.
Date of Birth: 24/8/1982.
Identify Card Number: 062866256.
Residency: Golan. 

A spokesperson of the Brigades said that Israel should immediately release the arrested Palestinian ministers and legislators, and should release all detainees held in Israeli jails.

Also, the group demanded Israel to withdraw from the territories it invaded in Gaza and the west Bank and to stop its ground and air strikes.

Moreover, the group demanded Israel to end the economic siege imposed on the Palestinian people and to allow the transfer of the body of the late Palestinian President, Yasser Arafat from Ramallah to Jerusalem.

The group threatened that it will kill the abducted soldiers if their demands were no fulfilled.

The Israeli army said that the statement if false since the soldier left the country since 2005, according to an army spokesperson.