Two Palestinians Kidnapped by Israeli Forces in Continued West Bank Raids

December 14, 2014 3:46 AM IMEMC & Agencies News Report, Prisoners, West Bank 0
14 Dec
3:46 AM

Israeli forces abducted two Palestinians and summoned four others from the districts of Hebron and Bethlehem, on Saturday, according to reports by security sources and a local activist.25-year-old ‘Abd-l-‘Al Abu-Mayyala and Hamza Zablah were taken from the city of Hebron and led to an unknown destination, according to WAFA correspondence.

Forces also raided the Hebron neighborhoods of al-Baten, Khalet al-‘Ein and ‘Asida, where they served former prisoner Ibrajim Bahar, age 24, with a notice to appear before intelligence, after breaking into his uncle’s house.

Ex-detainees Wahid Abu Maria, 42, and Yousef sabarna, age 25, were also given notices to appear before the intelligence after similar raids on their families’ houses.

Several Hebron neighborhoods were also raided, as Israeli forces set up roadblocks at the entrances of Sa‘ir and Halhul, to the north of the city, where they stopped and inspected vehicles with Palestinian registration plates travelling along the way, examining passengers’ ID cards.

Meanwhile, in Bethlehem, forces raided Marah Rabah village, to the south of the city, serving ‘Amr al-Sheikh, age 23, a notice to appear before intelligence after breaking into and ransacking his family’s home.

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