Soldiers Kidnap Two Children In Northern Gaza

December 14, 2009 9:40 PM Saed Bannoura Gaza Strip, Israeli attacks, News Report 0
14 Dec
9:40 PM

Israeli soldiers invaded the Industrial Area located near the Erez Crossing, west of Beit Hanoun in the northern part of the Gaza Strip and kidnapped two children. One of them was released after several hours while the second remained in custody.

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Israeli soldiers invaded the Industrial Area located near the Erez Crossing, west of Beit Hanoun in the northern part of the Gaza Strip and kidnapped two children. One of them was released after several hours while the second remained in custody.

Soldiers advance approximately 350 meters into northern Gaza while Palestinian workers were trying to remove the rubble of the Industrial Area that was shelled by the army during the war on Gaza earlier this year.

Troops then kidnapped Mahmoud Jamil Al Yaziji, 16, and Mohammad Hatim Al Kafarna, 17. Al Kafarna was released several hours later, while Al Yaziji remained in detention.

A lawyer working with the Al Mezan Center for Human Rights reported that Al Yaziji was moved to the Al Majdal prison, and is currently under interrogation.

The Israeli District Court extended his remand until Friday, December 18. The

Al Mezan Center slammed the ongoing Israeli violations against the Gaza Strip and its residents, and demanded the release of all detained children.

The Center further stated that Israel is targeting any Palestinian who approaches the border area, and that it most incident, the army opens fire at the residents or any moving object in an attempt to enforce the so-called ‘security area’ along border areas.

The Center added that several Palestinian workers are trying to collect the rubble of shelled and bombarded areas in order to sell it to concrete factory in order to recycle it as Israel is still preventing the entry of construction materials, including iron and cement.

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