Israeli soldiers kidnapped on Wednesday three Palestinian children in Bil’in village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, after claiming that they were standing near the annexation wall.Eyewitnesses reported that soldiers kidnapped Jamal Atef al-Khatib, 14 years old, Mahmoud Samara, 16, and Ammar Raed al-Khatib, 13, the Ma’an News Agency reported.

Bil’in is a leading village in its creative nonviolent resistance against the annexation wall that the Stater of Israel is building on Palestinian lands and orchards, and against the illegally constructed settlements.

Since 2005, it’s weekly nonviolent protests against the wall and settlements have been organized every Friday with the participation of Israeli and International peace activists.

On Saturday, January 1st, Jawaher Abu Rahma, was killed after inhaling gas fired by the Israeli army at nonviolent protesters in the village.

Her brother, Bassam, was killed during a similar Israeli attack against a nonviolent protest against the Wall and settlements in 2009.